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JNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA 

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BASKETBALL 
BLUEBOOK 




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Lovely Carolina coeds, Lailee McNair, Wendy Boulton, Ann Wimbrow and Jackie Windley, whoop it up for the Tar Heels 



1970-71 Basketball Schedule 



Dec. 1 8:00 p.m. East Tennessee ... CHAPEL HILL 

Dec. 5 8:00 p.m. William & Mary . .Williamsburg, Va. 

Dec. 12 8:00 p.m. Creighton U Charlotte 

Dec. 15 8:00p.m. Virginia CHAPELHILL 

Dec. 18-19 Big Four Doubleheader .Greensboro 

Dec. 22 8:00 p.m. Utah Salt Lake City, Utah 

Dec. 29 9:00 p.m. Penn State Greensboro 

Dec. 30 9:00 p.m. Northwestern Greensboro 

Jan. 2 8:00 p.m. Tulane Charlotte 

Jan. 4 9:00 p.m. South Carolina ... CHAPEL HILL 

Jan. 9 9:00p.m. Duke CHAPELHILL 

Jan. 14 8:00 p.m. Clemson CHAPELHILL 

Jan. 16 2:00 p.m. Wake Forest Winston-Salem 



Jan. 28 8:00 p.m. 



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Action CHAPEL HILL 

Maryland CHAPEL HILL 

Wake Forest CHAPEL HILL 

N. C.State Raleigh 

Georgia Tech Charlotte 

Clemson Charlotte 

Maryland College Park, Md. 

South Carolina . . . Columbia, S.C. 
Florida State .... CHAPELHILL 

Virginia Charlottesville, Va. 

N. C.State CHAPELHILL 

Duke Durham, N. C. 

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This Brochure for Press, Radio, TV 
and The Educational Foundation 



CONTENTS 

Basketball Directory and Staff 1 

This is Carolina Basketball 2 

Carolina Basketball Tradition 4 

Record Against All Opponents 5 

The Chancellor-J. Carlyle Sitterson 6 

Homer Rice-Director of Athletics 7 

The Coach-Dean Smith 8 

Assistants Guthridge and Lotz 11 

Another Assistant-Terry Truax 12 

Lacey the Trainer and Assistant Weber 12 

A Great Challenge 13 

The Varsity Roster and Picture 14 

Sketches on the Players begins on 15 

Final 1969-70 Statistics on Basketball 26 

Walter Rabb and Chuck Erickson 27 

The University in the Town of Chapel Hill 28 

A Word or Two About Charlie Scott 30 

Carolina's Greatest Players 32 

Former Tar Heels with the Pro's 33 

The Lettermen with UNC since 1961 34 

A Couple of Letters to Coach Smith 35 

The Opponents and Their Outlook begins on 36 

The Press Coverage People 44 

1969-70 Game Scores 44 

Tar Heel Honor Roll in Basketball 45 

Foy Roberson, Jr. Award Winners 45 

Top Ten Scorers in the Past at UNC 45 

In 60 Years - 26 Cage Championships 46 

Varsity Student Managers Pic 46 

The Office Secretary 46 

UNC Coaches and Their Past Record Here 47 

On the Road Headquarters for the Tar Heels 47 

All-Time Records 48 

All-Time Scores begins on 49 

Home Court - Carmichael Auditorium 52 

Campus Scenes 53 

The Freshman Squad Pic and Their Roster 54 

Prospectus, Schedule for the Freshman 55 

Results of Freshman Last Year 55 

Also Final Statistics on Tar Babies of 1969-70 55 

The Educational Foundation and Ernie Williamson 56 

Editors: Jack Williams, Susan Cox, Rick Brown, Ken Tilley. 
Design and Printing: Creative Printers, Inc., Chapel Hill. 



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THE COVERS-The front cover of this year's Bluebook 
shows Carolina Head Coach Dean Smith (at blackboard) giv- 
ing last-minute tips to his Tar Heels in a typical pre-game 
dressing room scene. Assistant Coaches Bill Guthridge and 
John Lotz are standing at the right. The back cover shows a 
full house of fans cheering the Tar Heels in beautiful Car- 
michael Auditorium. Carolina junior Dennis Wuycik (inset) is 
pictured in the uniform of the United States Pre-Olympic 
Development team. Wuycik toured Europe last summer with 
the American squad. 

Front cover photo by Charles Cooper 

Back cover photo of Carmichael Auditorium by Hugh 
Morton 

Dennis Wuycik photo by U. S. Olympic photographer. 



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Basketball Directory 

Director of Athletics Homer C. Rice 

Assistant Director of Athletics Walter Rabb 

Consultant to the Department .... C. P. (Chuck) Erickson 

Business Manager of Athletics Vernon Crook 

Faculty Chairman of Athletics Dr. E. H. Hedgpeth 

Director of Freshman Athletics Joe Hilton 

Director of Sports Information Jack Williams 

Ticket Manager Mrs. Jean Keller 

THE ATHLETIC COUNCIL- Dr. E. H. Hedgpeth, chair- 
man; Chancellor J. Carlyle Sitterson (ex-officio); Homer C. 
Rice (ex-officio); Dr. Frank Hanft (faculty ); Dr. Carl Birth 
(faculty); Hubert J. Philpott (alumni); B. W. Harris Jr. 
(alumni); John Tandy (alumni); Tommy Bello (student); 
Thomas Kerns (student); a Monogram Club representative. 

Basketball Staff 

Head Coach Dean Smith 

Assistant Coach John Lotz 

Assistant Coach Bill Guthridge 

Assistant Coach \ Terry Truax 

Secretary Mrs. Betsy Terrell 

Trainer John Lacey 

Assistant Trainer Dean Weber 

Team Physician Dr. Joseph Dewalt 

Equipment Manager John J. Keller, Jr. 

Varsity Managers . . . John Barrett, Ben Reid, Doug Donald 

Freshman Managers . . Steve Bryant, Bob Daniels, Bill Isley 

Jim Rutherford, Bishop McDuffie, Craig Miles 

Photographer Mike Ronman 









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Carolina 

Basketball 

Tradition 



Nothing could be finer than basketball at Carolina! 

And if you don't believe it, just take a look at these facts 
and figures: 

The Tar Heels became the first team in history to win three 
consecutive Atlantic Coast Conference regular season and tour- 
nament championships (1967-68-69). 




Carolina became the first team in history to sweep the 
Eastern Regional NCAA championship three years in a row 
(1967-68-69). 

The Tar Heels last year took part in a post-season tourna- 
ment for the fourth consecutive year, competing in the 
National Invitational at New York's Madison Square Garden. 

Carolina teams have swept 26 basketball championships in 
60 years of intercollegiate competition. 

Those are just a few of the achievements which have made 
Carolina basketball so big-time and have placed the Tar Heels 
among the big names of the college game. 

In 60 years of cage competition, Tar Heel teams have won a 
total of 954 games while losing only 413. Fifty of the school's 
60 teams have posted winning records. There has been only 
one team with a losing record in the past 15 years. 

Twice-in 1924 and 1957-the Tar Heels won the national 
championship. Teams in 1967, 1968 and 1969 threatened to 
do it again, going all the way to the final four. The 1968 team 
lost to UCLA in the National Championship game while the 
1967 and 1969 teams lost in the semifinals. 

Carolina basketball hit a new peak the past four years under 
Coach Dean Smith. Those great teams compiled an overall 
record of 99 victories and only 24 defeats— an unbelieveable 
mark. 

That's a yearly average of 25-6. 

In Atlantic Coast Conference play, the four-year record is 
54 wins and only 12 defeats. And perhaps even more amazing 
is the fact that the Tar Heels have beaten their tough Big Four 
rivals— N. C. State, Wake Forest and Duke— 26 times in the 
past 31 games. 

Last year, the Tar Heels toppled North Carolina State twice 
and the Wolfpack went on to win the league championship. 

Basketball always has been a boom sport at Carolina and 
the crowds which turn out for the games are proof of the 
popularity of the sport. 

Every home game in Carmichael Auditorium is a sellout. 
Students sleep in Carmichael the night before the tickets go on 
sale to assure themselves of getting a ticket. 

The beautiful Carolina gymnasium, called "Blue Heaven" 
seats 8,800 and is regarded as one of the most comfortable 
arenas to be found anywhere. 

Carolina teams play big-name foes. In fact, the Tar Heel 
schedule has been rated one of the 10 toughest in America 
three of the past four years. Carolina travels from coast-to- 
coast, meeting such perennial powers as UCLA, Kentucky, 
Vanderbilt, Ohio State, Purdue, Utah, Princeton, Indiana, 
Villanova, St. John's, Duquesne and Georgia Tech. But no- 
where is the competition tougher than in Carolina's Atlantic 
Coast Conference. The teams in that powerful league are Wake 
Forest, Virginia, South Carolina, Clemson, Maryland, North 
Carolina State, Duke and Carolina. 

The Tar Heels have produced many of the big-name players 
in college basketball. The current crop of professionals who 
played at Carolina are Billy Cunningham of the Philadelphia 
76ers, Charlie Scott of the Virginia Squires, Larry Brown of 
the Virginia Squires, Doug Moe of the Virginia Squires, Larry 
Miller of the Carolina Cougars, Bob Lewis of the Cleveland 
Cavaliers, and Bill Bunting of the New York Nets. 

Yes sir, basketball on The Hill is really big-time. And we're 
just getting warmed up. 



Record Against All Opponents 




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UNC UNC 

Games Won Lost 

Akron Goodyear 1 1 

Alabama 5 3 2 

Appalachian 1 1 

Arizona 1 1 

Army 3 3 

Atlanta Athletic Club 1 1 

Atlantic Christian College 4 3 1 

Atlantic White Flash 2 2 

Basic Train. Ctr. No. 10 1 1 

Boston College 1 1 

Bowling Green 1 1 

Bradley 1 1 

Butler 1 1 

Camp Butner 1 1 

Camp Butner 12th Reg. Div. ... 1 1 

Camp Jackson 1 1 

Camp Lee 2 2 

Camp Pickett 1 1 

Canisius 1 1 

Catawba 10 10 

Catholic University 3 3 

Charlotte Monograms 4 3 1 

Charlotte Y.M.C. A 7 6 1 

Cherry Point M.A.B 2 1 1 

Cincinnati 1 1 

Citadel 10 10 

Clemson 57 51 6 

Columbia 2 2 

Columbia Air Base (S.C.) 1 1 

Creighton 1 1 

Crescent Athletic Club 2 1 1 

Dartmouth 2 1 1 

Davidson 66 57 9 

Dayton 1 1 

DePaul 1 1 

Drake 1 1 

Duke 116 62 54 

Duquesne 1 1 

Durham Y.M.C. A 30 19 11 

East Carolina 1 1 

Eastern Kentucky 1 1 

Eatman-Smith of Greensboro . . 1 1 

Elon 21 17 4 

Emory & Henry 2 2 

Florence Air Base 1 1 

Florida 4 3 1 

Florida Southern 1 1 

Florida State 5 5 

Fordham 2 1 1 

Ft. Bragg Airborne O.C 1 1 

Ft. Bragg Personnel Center .... 1 1 

Ft. Bragg Reception Center .... 4 2 2 

Ft. Jackson 1 1 

Furman 10 10 

Georgetown 2 2 

George Washington 9 3 6 

Georgia 11 7 4 

Georgia Tech 6 4 2 

Greensboro O.R.D 2 1 1 

Greensboro Y.M.C. A 4 4 

Guilford 25 23 2 

Hampden-Sydney 1 1 

Hanes Hosiery 9 6 3 

Harvard 3 1 2 

High Point College 7 7 

High Point Hawks 1 1 

High Point Y.M.C. A 2 2 

Holy Cross 2 1 1 

Houston 1 1 

Illinois 1 1 

Indiana 4 1 3 

Kansas 3 3 

Kansas State 2 1 1 

Kent State 1 1 

Kentucky 13 8 5 

LaSalle 1 1 

Leaksville Y.M.C. A 1 1 

Lehigh 1 1 

Lenoir Rhyne 2 1 1 

Little Creek Amph. Base 1 1 

Louisiana State 6 4 2 



UNC 


Opp 


Pts. 


Pts 


32 


31 


261 


249 


58 


49 


(SO 


49 


67 


115 


18 


34 


186 


102 


112 


73 


40 


53 


96 


80 


89 


7 2 


66 


7 9 


20 


43 


43 


4 1 


46 


3 5 


37 


30 


105 


89 


64 


46 


87 


75 


563 


340 


99 


75 


128 


111 


298 


228 


97 


70 


90 


88 


814 


536 


4060 


3271 


159 


126 


47 


35 


72 


6 4 


62 


64 


156 


136 


3053 


2308 


62 


76 


53 


60 


84 


104 


6124 


6068 


79 


78 


1006 


773 


79 


66 


6 2 


8 5 


70 


28 


798 


425 


83 


38 


-1 1 


19 


221 


152 


112 


47 


468 


371 


75 


67 


65 


3 3 


44 


20 


156 


129 


53 


57 


723 


500 


49 


74 


505 


505 


485 


405 


496 


434 


137 


103 


212 


88 


1090 


57 2 


64 


5 


495 


460 


151 


137 


425 


197 


43 


21 


63 


35 


156 


155 


62 


84 


66 


86 


304 


343 


192 


172 


137 


129 


107 


83 


837 


842 


62 


65 


59 


12 


62 


58 


146 


130 


46 


60 


398 


350 



Games 

Louisville ] 

Loyola (Baltimore) 1 

Loyola (Chicago) 2 

Lynchburg 3 

Lynchburg Athletic Club 1 

Lynchburg Elks 2 

Lynchburg Y.M.C. A 1 

Lynn All-Stars (Raleigh) 1 

Manhattan 1 

Maryland 81 

Maryville 1 

McCrary Eagles (Asheboro) .... 6 

Mercer 3 

Miami (Fla.) 2 

Michigan State 2 

Milligan 1 

Minnesota 2 

Mississippi 2 

Mississippi A&M 3 

Mississippi College 1 

Mississippi State 1 

Morris Field Flyers 1 

N. C. State 119 

N. Y. Athletic Club 1 

New York U 17 

Navy 18 

Norfolk, N. A. S 2 

Norfolk, N.T.S 1 

Northwestern 2 

Notre Dame 8 

Ohio State 5 

Oklahoma A&M 1 

Oregon 2 

Oregon State 2 

Pennsylvania 2 

Penn State 1 

Pittsburgh 1 

Princeton 9 

Purdue l 

Raleigh Y.M.C.A 3 

Randolph Macon Academy .... 2 

Rhode Island State 2 

Rica 2 

Richmond 5 

Richmond Air Base 1 

Roanoke 2 

Rutgers 1 

Salisbury Y.M.C.A 2 

Seton Hall 1 

Seymour Johnson Field 1 

Southern California 2 

South Carolina 69 

St. Bonaventure 1 

St. John's 1 

St. Joseph's 5 

St. Louis 2 

Stanford 1 

Statesville Athletic Club 2 

Staunton Military Academy ... 2 

Syracuse 1 

Temple 3 

Tennessee 4 

Trinity 10 

Tulane 8 

UCLA l 

Utah 3 

V.M.I 37 

V.P.I 48 

Vanderbilt 6 

Villanova 3 

Virginia 84 

Virginia Christian 2 

Viscose Club 1 

Wake Forest 123 

Washington & Lee 34 

West Carolina 1 

West Virginia 5 

William & Mary 12 

Wofford 2 

Woodberry Forest 2 

Xavier 1 

Yale 4 



UNC 


UNC 


UNC 


Opp 


Won 


Lost 


Pts. 


Pts. 





1 


1!) 


27 


1 





66 


47 


1 


1 


101 


83 


3 





112 


69 





1 


23 


38 


1 


I 


58 


78 





1 


34 


42 


1 


(t 


43 


32 





1 


90 


95 


53 


■> a 


4534 


4170 


1 





39 


24 


6 





29 5 


232 


3 


o 


158 


97 


2 





121 


114 


1 


l 


132 


145 





l 


35 


42 


2 





145 


132 


1 


1 


70 


57 


3 





114 


(i X 


1 





28 


2 1 


1 





84 


80 


1 





51 


29 


76 


4 3 


5999 


5529 


1 





38 


32 


7 


10 


991 


994 


5 


13 


666 


776 





2 


68 


124 





1 


43 


56 


1 


1 


129 


129 


7 


1 


545 


504 


4 


1 


352 


320 





1 


40 


43 


2 





195 


151 


1 


1 


121 


126 


1 


1 


114 


116 


1 





93 


63 





1 


20 


26 


5 


4 


552 


523 





1 


65 


92 


2 


1 


99 


68 


2 





81 


31 





2 


129 


158 


2 





197 


159 


4 


1 


413 


318 


1 





42 


35 


1 


1 


31 


62 





1 


22 


25 


1 


1 


73 


43 





1 


63 


73 


1 





48 


42 


1 


1 


116 


103 


51 


18 


4486 


3832 


1 





91 


72 





1 


7 


72 


2 


3 


181 


179 


1 


1 


115 


116 


1 





87 


78 


2 





8 5 


44 


2 





6 9 


2 6 


1 





6 7 


58 


1 


2 


188 


196 


3 


1 


176 


174 


8 


2 


315 


219 


7 


1 


524 


388 





1 


55 


78 


3 





273 


245 


33 


4 


1471 


996 


38 


10 


2318 


1796 


4 


2 


392 


366 


3 





242 


191 


59 


25 


4712 


4098 


2 





85 


38 


1 





26 


25 


86 


37 


6465 


5806 


22 


12 


1275 


1126 


1 





77 


59 





5 


325 


377 


11 


1 


847 


646 


2 





95 


4 9 


2 





58 


32 





1 


58 


92 


3 


1 


298 


248 







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Carlyle Sitterson 

Chancellor 



In this final year of J. Carlyle Sitterson's term as Chancellor 
of the University of North Carolina, he will spend a lot of 
winter nights in a familiar role-cheering the Tar Heel basket- 
ball team. 

A knowledgeable and enthusiastic basketball fan, Chancel- 
lor Sitterson has followed Tar Heel sports since his under- 
graduate days here in 1927. 

The Chancellor announced in July that he is leaving the 
Chancellorship, effective Sept. 1, 1971, a post which he has 
held since Feb. 1966. Tar Heels everywhere are delighted that 
he will remain on campus as a Kenan Professor of History. 

He is an inspiring and enthusiastic teacher. In 1954, the 
campus literary magazine, The Carolina Quarterly, identified 
him as one of the "Ten Outstanding Professors" as adjudged 
by the students of the University. 

The Chancellor is very close to Carolina Basketball Coach 
Dean Smith. Dr. Sitterson drops by the Tar Heel dressing room 
after every big home game and usually has a long chat with the 
coach. 

"The Chancellor is quite knowledgeable on the game," says 
Coach Smith. "We certainly appreciate the support he has 
given our program." 

Chancellor Sitterson has an approach to college athletics 
that is basic and understandable. "I look at our Athletic 
Department in the same manner I might look at our English or 
History Department," he says. "I expect excellence in all Uni- 
versity programs. Athletics on the college level should be 
administered properly and above reproach. Our coaches are 
highly capable men. Our teams should perform accordingly." 

Chancellor Sitterson has been a part of the Carolina scene 
since 1927— a total of 44 years. He enrolled here as a student 



in 1927 and was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. He received the 
M.A. degree here in 1932 and the Ph.D. degree in 1937. He has 
been a member of the University faculty since 1935. He is the 
author of several books in his chosen field of American his- 
tory. 

His accomplishments in the field of education are many and 
varied. He is listed in: Who's Who In America; Who's Who In 
the South; Who Knows What; and the Directory of American 
Scholars. 

He recently received the Doctor of Literature degree from 
The University of Chattanooga. 

Dr. Sitterson is a member of the National Association of 
Allergies and Infectious Disease Council, National Institute of 
Health, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, serves 
on committees of the National Association of State Univer- 
sities and Land Grant Colleges, and of the Southern Historical 
Association. 

He was elected by his colleagues to be Chairman of the 
American Conference of Academic Deans in the years 1964 
and 1965. It is one of the highest academic offices that can be 
held by a scholar and administrator in higher education in the 
United States. 

Dr. Sitterson was chosen in 1958 to be one of the 35 deans 
from throughout the nation to attend the Harvard University 
Institute for College and University administrators, participat- 
ing in a week-long discussion on faculty recruitment, faculty 
promotion, curriculum planning, budget policy and the deci- 
sion-making functions of the academic dean. 

Chancellor Sitterson formerly was Dean of the College of 
Arts and Sciences and Dean of the General College here. He 
served in those capacities until 1965 when he was made Vice 
Chancellor of the University with authority over the central 
campus and also the schools in the Health Affairs area, which 
includes Medical School, Dentistry, Nursing, Pharmacy and 
Public Health. 



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Homer Rice 

Director of Athletics 



Homer Rice, who revolutionized football offenses with the 
triple option, is working a different kind of magic now as 
director of athletics at the University of North Carolina. 

In less than two years since he swapped coaching at the 
University of Cincinnati for administration at Chapel Hill, Rice 
has learned the folkways and byways of varsity sports at Caro- 
lina and along the way has revitalized, if not revolutionized, 
the athletic facilities here. 

Over the past year and a half he has brought about 18 
additions and improvements to facilities, has added a varsity 
sport to the program and in general has taken steps to insure a 
bright future for Tar Heel athletics. 

Homer Rice has managed to do all this with administrative 
style that is possibly unique among athletic directors. He rare- 
ly raises his voice, except to cheer Tar Heel teams. He dele- 
gates authority readily, and his art of getting things done is 
one of friendly persuasion rather than driving aggression. 
Those working with the athletic director have responded 
warmly and effectively to this approach. 

The score to date under Rice's direction: 

1. Installation of a new scoreboard at Kenan Stadium; 2. 
Completion of a lighting project for the baseball field; 3. Paint- 
ing of Kenan Field House; 4. Renovation of the basketball 
dressing rooms; 5. Installation of an all-weather track; 6. In- 
stallation of additional scoreboards in Carmichael Auditorium; 
7. Initiation of plans for the construction of permanent seats 
at the baseball field; 8. Renovation of the basketball coaching 
offices; 9. Construction of an addition to the Finley Club 
House; 10. Paving of the Rams Club patio; 1 1. Installation of 
new single standard football goalposts; 12. Replacement of the 
old barbecue stand at Kenan Stadium with a new mobile unit; 
13. Addition of steps to the south entrance at Carmichael 
Auditorium; 14. Paving of the small parking lot in front of the 
Fetzer Field House; 15. Landscaping in Kenan Stadium and 
construction of a new concession stand there; 16. Cleaning and 
painting the interior of the press box and guest box; 17. Place- 
ment of steps at Stadium parking lot; 18. Regrading and pav- 
ing the ramp in the stadium parking lot. 

Rice really is just getting warmed up. He has plans for many 
other improvements and additions to the facilities. 

Since Rice became the Carolina athletic chief Jan. 27, 
1969, gymnastics has been added as a varsity sport, giving the 
University a 14-sport program. 'That is the biggest program in 
the Atlantic Coast Conference," he says, "and one of the larg- 
est in the nation." 




Rice feels it is vitally important to maintain a good sports 
program. "More so to day than ever before," he says. "Athlet- 
ics is one part of our society where we teach discipline and I 
think that's very important. We are vitally concerned with how 
our young people turn out. That is how we will measure our 
success— by the quality of the young people who participate in 
our program." 

Rice, 43, is the third man to head the Carolina athletic 
program in 48 years. The late Coach Bob Fetzer was the first, 
serving from 1922 until 1951; and he was suceeded by Chuck 
Erickson who held the position until his retirement in May, 
1968. 

A native of Ft. Thomas, Ky., Riceis the son of a Methodist 
minister. 

After serving with the Navy in the Pacific in World War II, 
he attended school at Centre College and made the little Ail- 
American team as a quarterback. He received an A.B. degree 
from Centre and a B.S. and M.E. degree from Eastern Ken- 
tucky State College. 

Following his graduation from college, Rice played three 
seasons of baseball with the old Brooklyn Dodger chain. Then 
be began his career as a football coach. 

He coached at Wartburg Central High in Tennessee, Spring 
City High in Tennessee and Highlands High at Ft. Thimas, Ky. 
In 1961, he received an award as the "Winningest Football 
Coach in America." His fantastic high school coaching record 
was 101 wins, nine losses and seven ties. 

Rice then was an assistant coach at the University of Ken- 
tucky and the University of Oklahoma before landing the head 
job at Cincinnati. The 1968 Cincinnati team was so explosive 
that he led the nation in pass offense. 

Rice has authored two books on football. The first, "How 
to Organize Football Practice," was published in 1962 and the 
other "The Explosive Short T" was published in 1963. 

Rice is married to the former Phyllis Wardrup of Middles- 
boro, Ky., an alumna of the University of North Carolina at 
Greensboro. They have three daughters. Nancy, 19; Phyllis, 
17; and Angela, 14. 



DEAN SMITH 

UNC Basketball Coach 




The winningest coach in Carolina basketball his- 
tory! That's another in a long line of achievements 
for dynamic Dean Smith who ranks as one of the key 
figures in the college game. 

In nine years at the Carolina helm. Smith has 
guided the Tar Heels to 165 wins against only 69 
defeats. That tops the mark posted by Frank McGuire 
(164 wins, 58 losses) in his nine-year stint in Chapel 
Hill. 

But the record tells only part of the story. Smith's 
very presence on the court seems to spell excitement. 
His Carolina teams have produced players of extra- 
ordinary ability and many of the games they have 
played have made headlines coast to coast. 

In the past four years alone. Smith's Carolina 
teams have won 99 games while losing only 24. That's 
a yearly average of 25-6 and brother, that's some 
trick. 

In the years 1967, 1968 and 1969, Smith's Tar 
Heels won an unprecedented three straight Atlantic- 
Coast Conference and Eastern Regional champion- 
ships. Last year's team posted an 1 8-9 record and 
earned a bid to the National Invitational Tournament 
in New York. 

Smith's 1968 team finished second in the nation 
behind UCLA while his 1967 and 1969 teams were 
fourth in the NCAA Tournament. All three of those 
teams were ranked in the top four in final national 
polls. 

The amazing thing is that Smith overcame giant 
obstacles to attain this kind of success at Carolina. He 
inherited a sagging basketball program here when he 
became head coach in 1962. The Tar Heels were 
stymied by penalties that year which limited the 
school to a 16-game schedule and placed serious re- 
strictions on recruiting outside the state of North 
Carolina. 

Smith rolled up his sleeves and went to work. He 
recruited such great players as Bob Lewis, Larry 
Miller, Rusty Clark, Bill Bunting, Dick Grubar and 
Charlie Scott. 

And the pieces fit. And the Tar Heels won. 

Dean Smith came all the way from Kansas to gain 
national fame in the little town of Chapel Hill. A 
native of Emporia, Kans., he attended the University 
of Kansas on an academic scholarship. He played 
freshman football and varsity basketball and baseball 
there. 

Dean was an assistant coach at the Air Force 
Academy in 1958 when he was brought to Carolina 
by McGuire. When McGuire left Carolina in 1961 to 
join the professional ranks. Smith was named the 
head coach. 

His first team, caught with mediocre talent, had an 
8-9 record, the only losing mark of his career. Caro- 
lina was 15-6 in 1963, 12-12 in 1964, 15-9 in 1965, 
16-11 in 1966, 26-6 in 1967, 28-4 in 1968, 27-5 in 
1969 and 18-9 last campaign. 



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Smith, 39, is considered one of the game's great 
strategists. He spent part of this past summer lectur- 
ing at clinics in Europe on a tour sponsored by the 
U. S. State Department. 

He is a member of the National Rules Committee 
and was the youngest coach ever named to that 
group. 

Smith makes literally hundreds of speeches each 
year. He is much in demand for clinics and seminars. 
He also is on the advisory board for the Fellowship of 
Christian Athletes. 

Smith has developed a keen interest in theology 
and reads every book he can find on the subject. He 
often takes time out from his hectic schedule to have 
lunch or dinner with religion professors on campus 
and he finds their conversation stimulating. 

In his spare time. Smith plays golf and tennis, 
spins records and reads books. He is a fine golfer and 
can shoot in the high 70s without much practice. He 
doesn't play tennis as often, but is highly competitive 
in the sport. 

Smith's summer basketball camp at Carolina is one 
of the best of its kind in the United States. It has 
attracted capacity enrollment every year since he has 
been head coach. 

Many of his former players, stars like Billy Cun- 
ningham, Doug Moe and Larry Brown of the pro 
ranks, come back to Chapel Hill each summer to 
lecture at his camp. All of Smith's former players 
remain very close to him after graduation. Almost 
daily, you can spot a former player dropping by the 
coach's office for a chat. 

Smith has a lovely family. His wife, Ann, is one of 
Chapel Hill's leading citizens and a lovely hostess 
when friends drop by the Smith home. They have 
three children, Sharon, 15; Sandra, 14; and Scott, 12. 









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Assistant 

Basketball 

Coach 



A shooting whiz in his college basketball days, John Lotz 
now teaches the finest techniques of the game to Tar Heel 
players in his role as a Carolina assistant coach. 

Largely because of Lotz's expert instruction, Carolina 
teams have demonstrated fine marksmanship in recent years, 
finishing among the nation's leaders in field goal percentage. 

One of the most popular members of the Carolina athletic 
family, Lotz is set to start his sixth year as a member of Dean 
Smith's staff. He and Bill Guthridge will be co-assistants under 
Smith. 

Lotz is a winner and has the record to prove it. In his five 
years at Carolina, Tar Heel teams have compiled an amazing 
record of 1 1 5 wins and only 35 defeats. 

"John is one of the game's finest young coaches," says 
Smith. "I think I have the finest staff in America." 

The 35-year-old Lotz played his college ball at East Texas 
State. He also attended Baylor University, but did not play 
basketball there. 

A native of New York City, John began his coaching career 
at a high school in Norwich, N.Y. His team there won 15 
games after having won only one the previous season. The next 
year, Lotz moved to a new high school in Long Island, Massa- 
pequa. The first senior class there won the South Shore Cham- 
pionship under Lotz's direction. 

Lotz is a man on the move 365 days a year. When the 
basketball season ends, he hits the road on recruiting missions. 
He ranks as one of the finest in the country in this depart- 
ment. 

John has a great reputation in our community. "This is a 
great place to live," he says. "I can't begin to tell you how 
happy I am here." 

Lotz is active in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and 
makes numerous speeches to groups of that organization. In 
fact, he is much in demand for public speeches at many func- 
tions. 

A bachelor, John is the brother of Danny Lotz, who played 
on Carolina's 1957 National Championship team. He is proud 
of Danny's infant son and spends a good deal of time with the 
youngster. 



Carolina fans sometimes refer to Bill Guthridge as a 
"miracle-worker" and the popular Tar Heel assistant coach 
may well deserve that tag. 

In three years as the UNC freshman coach, Guthridge 
has compiled an amazing record of 28 victories against only 
12 losses. His first two teams were Big Four champions, 
despite the fact his initial squad had only three scholarship 
players. 

Last year's team had only two scholarship athletes and 
both of them missed the last half of the season due to 
injuries. Still Guthridge piloted his non-recruited team to 
victories over talented freshman squads from N. C. State, 
Wake Forest and Davidson. 

The 32-year-old Guthridge will serve as freshman coach 
again this year and will continue his work as a varsity assis- 
tant coach. In Guthridge's three years of work with the 
varsity, the Tar Heels have twice swept Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference and NCAA Eastern championships and last year 
were invited to the NIT. 

A native of Parsons, Kan., Bill was a starting guard at 
Kansas State during the years it reigned as Big Eight cham- 
pion-1958, 1959 and 1960. Following his graduation in 
1960 he coached for two years at Scott City High in Kansas 
and then returned to his alma mater as an assistant to the 
famed Tex Winter. 

During Guthridge's time on the Kansas State staff, the 
Wildcats won 93 games and lost only 43. Five years ago 
they advanced to the NCAA semifinals. 

Dean Smith, who brought Guthridge to Carolina, rates 
him as one of the country's top young coaches. "I recog- 
nized long ago that Bill has an outstanding basketball 
mind," Smith says. "He's a winner and I'm certainly glad 
he's on our side." 

Guthridge spent last summer coaching in the Puerto 
Rican Summer League. In fact, he was invited to coach the 
Puerto Rican team in the 1968 Olympic Games two years 
ago, but had to turn down the offer because of his work 
here. 

While basketball is his game, Bill is also a keen follower 
of other sports. His football predictions at times border on 
the amazing and he is an old St. Louis Cardinal baseball fan. 

Guthridge and his wife Leesie have two sons, Jamie, 10, 
and Stuart, seven. 

Bill Guthridge 

Assistant Basketball Coach 



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Terry 
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Freshman 

Coach 




John 
Lacey 



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Dean 
Weber 



Assistant 
Trainer 



The newest member of the Carolina basketball staff is 
26-year-old Terry Truax who compiled a fabulous record 
the past three years as a coach at Washington's Dematha 
High. 

As an assistant under Morgan Wootten at Dematha, 
Truax helped the varsity squad post a three-year record of 
79 wins against only seven losses. Truax also coached the 
junior varsity team which (believe it or not) won 50 games 
and lost none. 

At Carolina, Truax will assist Bill Guthridge in coaching 
the Tar Heel freshmen. He also will assist varsity Coach 
Dean Smith in scouting and recruiting. 

A native of Hancock, Md., Truax attended the Univer- 
sity of Maryland and played basketball there under Bud 
Milliken. He graduated in 1968. 

In addition to his basketball job here, Truax is teaching 
in the physical education department. He also takes three 
courses as he works towards a masters degree. 

Truax and his old coach, Wootten, recently wrote a 
book "Dematha High School Basketball Notebook," which 
is selling well. 

Terry and his wife, Pamela, have a five-month old son, 
Scott Dean. 

One of Truax's Dematha players, Ray Hite, now is a 
member of the Tar Heel freshman team. When Truax came 
here, Eddie Fogler, a star of last year's Carolina team, took 
over Truax's place on the Dematha staff. 



John Lacey, one of the most popular figures on the 
Carolina athletic scene, is in his 15th year as Tar Heel 
trainer. 

He is a trainer of champions— and has the record to 
prove it. 

Lacey has worked with four football bowl teams-clubs 
at Maryland which played twice in the Orange Bowl and 
once in the Sugar Bowl and the great 1963 Carolina team 
which flattened the Air Force Academy in the Gator Bowl. 

John was introduced to Carolina sports by the late Jim 
Tatum who worked closely with Lacey at Maryland. While 
at Maryland, Lacey trained the football and lacrosse teams 
which swept national championships. At Carolina, he help- 
ed the 1957 basketball team win a similar national honor. 

One of the biggest thrills in Lacey's long and distinguish- 
ed career came in 1964 when he served as head trainer of 
the U. S. Olympic basketball team which captured the 
championship at Tokyo. 

His background also includes a stint as trainer for three 
professional teams— the Chicago Rockets, New York Yan- 
kees and Baltimore Colts. 

A native of Wallingford, Conn., Lacey studied at Yale 
and at the Tilton School in Tilton, N. H. He is married to 
the former Barbara Koch of Wallingford. 



Soft-spoken Dean Weber is serving his third year on the 
Carolina athletic staff as an assistant trainer. He will work 
primarily with the Tar Heel freshmen in basketball. 

Weber is a graduate of Bridgewater College at Bridge- 
water, Va., and was a teacher for one year in Rockingham 
County, Va. At Bridgewater, he majored in sociology and 
took courses which prepared him for a career as an athletic 
trainer. He served as trainer of the Bridgewater teams for 
two years while still a student. 

Dean is married to the former Pat Follmer of Salem, Va., 
and they have a son, David Christopher, who is one and a 
half years old. 



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Outlook for 1970-71 Season; 



A GREAT CHALLENGE 



North Carolina, plagued by injuries 
and illness in 1969-70, looks ahead to 
the new basketball season with high 
hopes that it can uphold the great tradi- 
tion of Tar Heel teams of the past. 

Gone is Charlie Scott, a two-year 
All-America and one of the game's 
greatest players. Also graduated are two 
fine guards with a lot of savvy, Eddie 
Fogler and Jim Delany. 

These losses would be enough to 
make most coaches bring out the crying 
towel. But not Dean Smith, the popular 
young coach who in nine years has built 
a dynasty at Carolina. 

"Certainly this team and the coach- 
ing staff will be faced with a great chal- 
lenge," Smith says. "We'll be an under- 
dog, but I feel we can be a good, repre- 
sentative team and pull some surprises 
along the way." 

There is no question the Tar Heels 
have good talent. But indicative of the 
type of talent UNC will be opposing in 
the ACC is the fact that one North 
Carolina newspaper recently picked the 
Tar Heels to finish seventh this season. 

Smith, when hearing that prediction, 
said he would be extremely disappoint- 
ed if his team finished that low. He said 
he feels the Tar Heels will finish higher 
than that provided they can escape in- 
juries. 

After sweeping an unprecedented 
three straight Atlantic Coast Conference 
and Eastern Regional championships, 
the Tar Heels compiled a record of 18 
victories and nine defeats last season. 
Carolina scored many noteworthy vic- 
tories, including two over ACC cham- 
pion N. C. State, and played well 
enough to earn a bid to the National 
Invitation Tournament in New York. 



The 1969-70 team pulled these tricks 
despite the fact that it was hit by a 
series of frustrating injuries and illness- 
es. At one time or another during the 
season, regulars Dennis Wuycik, Bill 
Chamberlain and Lee Dedmon and top 
reserve Steve Previs all were on the sick 
or injured list. 

"Because of the injuries and illness- 
es," says Smith, "we never had a set 
lineup last season. We hope to start the 
new season with a set lineup with seven 
men listed as starters as we have done in 
the past." 

The phenomenal Scott did a lion's 
share of the Tar Heel scoring last season. 
He compiled an average of 27.1 and 
wound up as the school's second leading 
scorer of all time. With Charlie gradu- 
ated, the Tar Heels will strive for a more 
balanced attack. 

"We need to make up for our gradu- 
ation losses with teamwork," Smith 
says. "It cannot be done by an individ- 
ual. We will strive for a balanced scoring 
attack and we hope to get it." 

Returning are 6-5 Wuycik of Am- 
bridge, Pa., who averaged 14.0; 6-5 
Chamberlain of New York City, who 
played sparingly and averaged 11.5; and 
6-10 Dedmon of Baltimore, Md., who 
averaged 13.8 and led the team in re- 
bounds with 235. 

These three players will be key men 
in the frontcourt but even they will 
have to battle to win positions. 

Smith has promised that he will take 
a long look at all the personnel in early 
work. Others in contention in the front- 
court will be top reserves from last year, 
6-7 senior Dave Chadwick of Orlando, 
Fla.; 6-9 junior Craig Corson from Con- 
toocook, N. H.; 6-9 senior Don Eggle- 



ston of Charlotte, N. C; and a rising 
sophomore, 6-8 Donn Johnston of 
Jamestown, N. Y. 

Johnston, although bothered by a 
late season injury, averaged 17.7 for the 
Tar Heel freshman team last season. 
And he figures large in the Tar Heel 
plans. 

"We don't feel that we will lose 
much in rebounding with Johnston in 
the cast," Smith says. "Scott was an 
outstanding rebounder, but we hope 
that Johnston can take up the slack." 

Four veterans return in the back- 
court. The 6-2 Previs of Bethel Park, 
Pa., started many games as a sophomore 
and will get a good shot at a starting 
position. Crafty Dale Gipple, 6-1 of Bur- 
lington, N. C; 6-4 Kim Huband of Wil- 
mington, N. C; and 6-0 Richard Tuttle 
of London, Ky.; used sparingly last sea- 
son, all figure in the battling. 

Then there is George Karl, a nifty 6- 1 
performer from Pittsburgh, Pa., who 
must be considered as a question mark. 
Karl averaged 22.0 for the freshman 
team before he was sidelined with an 
injury. He underwent an operation for a 
slipped disc. Coaches are optimistic that 
he will be ready to go at full speed in 
the near future. 

Johnston and Karl were the only two 
freshman scholarship players last year. 
So there are not many possibilities to 
replace the departed players, Scott, 
Delany and Fogler. 

Carolina has compiled an amazing 
record of 99 victories against only 24 
losses in the past four years. And this is 
a great plus as the Tar Heels start a new 
season. A winning tradition is hard to 
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THE TAR HEEL VARSITY SQUAD— First row, left to right, Coach Dean Smith, Assistant Coach Bill Guthridge, Dale 
Gipple, Dave Chadwick, Lee Dedmon, Don Eggleston, Richard Tuttle, Trainer John Lacey, Assistant Coach John Lotz. 

Second row, left to right, Manager Ben Reid, George Karl, Steve Previs, Kim Huband, Bill Chamberlain, Craig Corson, 
Donn Johnston, Dennis Wuycik, Bill Chambers, John Austin, John Cox, Manager John Barrett and Manager Doug Donald. 



1970-71 


Varsity 


Basketball Roster 


Name 


No. 


Hgt. 


Wgt. 


Class 


Age 


Pos 


Hometown 


Austin, John 


11 


6-1 


162 


So. 


19 


B 


Charlotte, N. C. 


Chadwick, Dave 


32 


6-8 


205 


Sr. 


21 


F 


Orlando, Fla. 


Chamberlain, Bill 


31 


6-6 


185 


Jr. 


20 


F& B 


New York, N. Y. 


Chambers, Bill ^ 


20 


6-4 


190 


Jr. 


20 


F&B 


Durham, N.C. 


Corson, Craig 


43 


6-9 


219 


Jr. 


21 


F 


Contoocook, N. H. 


Cox, John 


41 


6-1 


171 


So. 


19 


B 


Sanford,N.C. 


Dedmon, Lee 


35 


6-11 


214 


Sr. 


22 


F 


Baltimore, Md. 


Eggleston, Don^ 


34 


6-9 


212 


Sr. 


21 


F 


Charlotte, N. C. 


Gipple, Dale S 


30 


6-1 


177 


Sr. 


21 


B 


Burlington, N.C. 


Huband, Kim s 


42 


6-5 


181 


Jr. 


20 


F&B 


Wilmington, N. C. 


Johnston, Donn 


40 


6-8 


206 


So. 


19 


F 


Jamestown, N. Y. 


Karl, George 


22 


6-1 


183 


So. 


19 


B 


Penn Hills, Pa. 


Previs, Steve 


13 


6-3 


183 


Jr. 


20 


B 


Bethel Park, Pa. 


Tuttle, Richard 


12 


6-0 


151 


Sr. 


21 


B 


London, Ky. 


Wuycik, Dennis 


44 


6-6 


210 


Jr. 


20 


F 


Ambridge, Pa. 



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Lee Dedmon 



Baltimore, Md. 
Senior 



Frontcourt 



35 



Hgt: 6-101/2 
Wgt: 214 




Quick and agile for a big man, Lee has a chance to be 
one of the best players in the Atlantic Coast Conference . . . 
Has been a hot and cold player in the past and needs to 
show more consistency ... He averaged 13.8 points a game 
last season and led the team in rebounding with 235 in 25 
games . . . Had top scoring night last season in big game 
against Florida State's Dave Cowens, netting 23 points . . . 
He tallied 17 points in 18 minutes against Kentucky's Dan 
Issel before fouling out ... His all-time Tar Heel high came 
against N. C. State his sophomore year when he tallied 26 
. . . Has had a tendency in past to foul too often, but 
coaches are confident he has overcome this problem . . . 
He's aggressive . . . Has good moves and good shooting 
touch . . . Never played basketball until his junior year in 
high school . . . Hopes to get a shot at pro ball . . . He's a 
key man in Tar Heel hopes for a good season. 



PERSONALITY CHART 

Hobby: Coon hunting 

Post School Ambition: Undecided 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Male): Hal Holbrook 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Female): Katherine Hepburn 

Favorite Food: Mother's good old home cooked meals 

Favorite Sports (Other than basketball): 

Hunting, football 
Sports Star you Most Admire: Butch Bennett, late 

Carolina freshman player who died of leukemia 
Biggest Sports Thrill to Date (either high school or 

college): ACC Championship in 1969 




Dave Chadwick 




Orlando, Fla. 
Senior 



Frontcourt 



32 



Hgt: 6-71/2 
Wgt: 205 




Dave will be battling hard for a starting job in his senior 
season ... He played in 22 of team's 27 games last season 
as a top reserve and came up with many fine performances 
. . . Had his career high of 19 points in close victory over 
Maryland in Chapel Hill . . . Has a fine shooting touch near 
basket . . . Lack of speed is a handicap, but he has worked 
hard to improve his quickness . . . Averaged 5.2 points a 
game last year and grabbed 76 rebounds ... He shot 56.2 
percent from the floor . . . He's the son of a minister and 
formerly lived in Winston-Salem before his family moved to 
Florida . . . One of team's most popular members . . . Un- 
decided on future career, but likes the idea of working with 
youngsters . . . Coaches say he will be a valuable member of 
this year's team. 



PERSONALITY CHART 

Hobby: All sports 

Post School Ambition: Sports announcing 
Favorite Film or TV Star (Male): Alan Arkin 
Favorite Film or TV Star (Female): Faye Dunnaway 
Favorite Food: Mother's home cooking 
Favorite Sports (Other than basketball): Water skiing 
Sports Star you Most Admire: Bill Bradley 
Biggest Sports Thrill to Date (either high school or 
college): ACC Championship in 1969 



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Don Eggleston 



Charlotte, N.C. 
Senior 



Frontcourt 



34 



Hgt: 6-9 
Wgt: 212 




Saw action in 23 games as a junior last season and start- 
ed against South Carolina and Wake Forest . . . Averaged 
only 2.7 points a game, but was valuable as a rebounder 
with 58 . . . Injured his ankle while working out on his own 
prior to start of practice this year . . . Doctors say it is 
indefinite when he will be able to return to action . . . Don 
has shown vast improvement since coming to Carolina . . . 
He should help out considerably in frontcourt this year . . . 
Don is a Morehead Scholar and one of the finest students 
on the squad ... He likes to play the piano in his spare time 
. . . He's extremely popular with his teammates . . . Coaches 
say he contributes greatly to team morale. 



PERSONALITY CHART 

Hobby: Coin collecting, playing the piano 

Post School Ambition: Law 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Male): Richard Burton 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Female): Elizabeth Taylor 

Favorite Food: Steak 

Favorite Sports (Other than basketball): Tennis, Volley- 
ball 

Sports Star you Most Admire: Arnold Palmer 

Biggest Sports Thrill to Date (either high school or 
college): ACC Championship in 1969 




Dale Gipple 



Backcourt 



Burlington, N. C. 
Senior 



30 



Hgt: 6-1 
Wgt: 177 




After two seasons as a top reserve, Dale figures strongly 
in the battle for a starting job this winter . . . The loss of 
playmakers Eddie Fogler and Jim Delany leave Gipple in 
position to be a prominent member of squad . . . Dean 
Smith says he has a lot of basketball savvy . . . Played in 21 
of 27 games last season, averaging 3.0 points a game ... He 
had a hot night against Tulane at New Orleans with 14 
points . . . Came to Carolina without a scholarship and 
made team on his own ... A hot outside shooter on fresh- 
man team three years ago . . . Wants a career in business . . . 
Look for Dale to have a big senior season. 



PERSONALITY CHART 

Hobby: Golf 

Post School Ambition: Law School 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Male): Elliot Gould, Donald 
Southerland 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Female): Candice Bergen 

Favorite Food: Steak and lobster 

Sports Star you Most Admire: Pete Maravich 

Biggest Sports Thrill to Date (either high school or 
college): Winning ACC and Eastern Regional Cham- 
pionships in 1969 



Richard Tuttle 



Backcourt 



London, Ky. 
Senior 



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Hgt: 6-0 
Wgt: 151 




Here's Mr. Hustle of the Tar Heels . . . Richard played in 
only four games last season, averaging 2.5 points . . . Al- 
though not a prominent member of squad, he helps develop 
other Tar Heel players with his fine play in practice . . . 
Richard is the brother of Gerald who was a member of Tar 
Heel championship teams in recent years ... He has four 
brothers and all of them have been fine athletes . . . Richard 
has a lot of basketball savvy . . . He's majoring in business, 
but he is undecided on line of work he will enter upon 
graduation. 



PERSONALITY CHART 

Hobby: Skiing 

Post School Ambition: To be director of a recreation 

center 
Favorite Film or TV Star (Male): Paul Newman 
Favorite Film or TV Star (Female): Sophia Loren 
Favorite Food: Steak 

Favorite Sports (Other than basketball): Baseball 
Sports Star you Most Admire: Bill Russell 
Biggest Sports Thrill to Date (either high school or 

college): Played in NCAA Tournament at Louisville, 

Ky. 



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Dennis Wuycik 



Ambridge, Pa. 
Junior 



Frontcourt 



44 



Hgt: 6-51/2 
Wgt: 210 




Here's one of the blue chip players in Atlantic Coast 
Conference basketball and a top candidate for all-star 
honors this season . . . Finished second behind Charlie Scott 
in Tar Heel scoring parade last season with a 14.0 average 
and ranked third on the team in rebounding with 203 in 27 
games ... He accomplished these feats despite the fact he 
played much of the year with mononucleosis ... A healthy 
Wuycik could be a terror this year . . . Had fine shooting 
touch last season, hitting 54.8 percent of his shots . . . He's 
strong and can muscle in shots underneath against taller 
players . . . Also has a deft touch from outside . . . Wuycik 
was a member of the United States pre-Olympic develop- 
ment team which toured Europe last summer ... He was 
one of 44 players who tried out and one of 12 who made it 
... He wears the number made famous by Tar Heel all- 
America Larry Miller . . . Was a teammate of Duke star Dick 
DeVenzio in high school at Ambridge, Pa. . . . Led Carolina 
frosh two years ago with 21.6 average . . . Coaches count on 
Wuycik to be a team leader and take up much of slack left 
by graduation of the all-America Scott. 



PERSONALITY CHART 

Hobby: None other than sports 
Post School Ambition: Undecided 
Favorite Film or TV Star (Male): Elliott Gould, Dennis 
Hopper 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Female): Faye Dunaway, 

Katherine Ross 
Favorite Food: All foods 

Favorite Sports (Other than basketball): Football 
Sports Star you Most Admire: Joe Namath, Larry Miller 
Biggest Sports Thrill to Date (either high school or 

college): Playing at UNC 



Bill Chamberlain 



Front and Backcourt 



New York, N. Y. 
Junior 



31 



Hgt: 6-6 
Wgt: 185 




One of the Atlantic Coast Conference's most talented 
players, Bill should be headed for a banner season ... He 
was slowed down in his sophomore season last year by a 
variety of injuries and illness . . . Now appears healthy and 
ready to go ... Bill played in 16 of 27 games last winter, 
averaging 1 1 .5 points a game and grabbing 90 rebounds . . . 
He is quick and a good leaper . . . Has a wide variety of 
shots near the basket . . . Posted his seasonal high with 28 
points against Harvard in the first round of the Carolina 
Classic last season . . . Highly recruited after great prep 
career at Lutheran High on Long Island, Bill chose Carolina 
over Princeton . . . Another fine Lutheran player, Chris 
Thomforde, had gone to Princeton ... He hit 53.9 percent 
of his shots last year . . . Had a 20.2 scoring average for 
freshman team two years ago . . . Recently married to Caro- 
lina coed, the former Carol Taylor of Raleigh . . . He's a 
very popular student on campus . . . Coaches predict he will 
have a good season. 



PERSONALITY CHART 

Hobby: Music 

Post School Ambition: Undecided 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Male): None 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Female): None 

Favorite Food: My wife's cooking 

Favorite Sports (Other than basketball): Football 

Sports Star you Most Admire: Walt Frazier 

Biggest Sports Thrill to Date (either high school or 

college): Playing on the '69-70 Basketball team at 

UNC 




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Backcourt 



Bethel Park, Pa, 
Junior 



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Hgt: 6-2 
Wgt: 183 




A part-time starter in 1969-70, Steve appears set for a 
fine junior season ... He averaged 4.8 points a game last 
season, but had a poor shooting percentage of 36.8 . . . He's 
a better shooter than that and should prove it this year . . . 
He helped out in the rebounding wars last year with 52 . . . 
Steve won coveted Butch Bennett Award as a freshman two 
years ago . . . This award goes to the player who contri- 
buted most to team morale ... He averaged 11.7 on that 
team and hit 52.8 percent of his shots . . . He's a hard 
worker who hustles on every play . . . Can drive or shoot 
from the outside . . . Previs aspires to be an actor . . . He's 
majoring in English . . . He's a great team player and 
coaches will count on him to be a leader this season. 



PERSONALITY CHART 

Hobby: Watching Movies, Entertainment 

Post School Ambition: Acting career 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Male): Richard Castellano 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Female): Marie Stapleton, 

Candice Bergen 
Favorite Food: Dr. Unk's cooking 
Favorite Sports (Other than basketball): Pinball 
Sports Star you Most Admire: Connie Hawkins, John 

Havlicek 
Biggest Sports Thrill to Date (either high school or 

college): Winning at Carolina 






Billy Chambers 



Front and Backcourt 



Durham, N. C. 
Junior 



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Hgt: 6-4 
Wgt: 190 



Played in eight games last season as a reserve, scoring just 
six points and grabbing seven rebounds ... He can play in 
either the front or back court . . . Billy came to Carolina 
from Durham's Jordon High without a scholarship and 
hustled to make the team . . . Was a valuable member of 
freshman team two years ago, averaging 7.4 points a game 
and coming down with 54 rebounds ... His high school 
team won State championship . . . Billy has a good attitude 
and coaches are high on him. 



PERSONALITY CHART 

Hobby: Tennis, surfing 

Post School Ambition: Medical or Dental School 
Favorite Film or TV Star (Male): Lee Marvin 
Favorite Film or TV Star (Female): Helen Hayes 
Favorite Food: Steak 

Favorite Sports (Other than basketball): Tennis or golf 
Sports Star you Most Admire: John Havlicek 
Biggest Sports Thrill to Date (either high school or 
college): Winning State 3A Championship in high 
school, playing varsity ball at Carolina 



Craig Corson 



Frontcourt 



Contoocook, N.H. 
Junior 



43 



Hgt. 
Wgt: 



6-9 
219 



Craig played in 15 games last season and gave fine per- 
formances in some reserve roles ... He scored 26 points 
and had 24 rebounds ... He hit 11 of his 15 field goal tries 
. . . Has improved greatly in his time at Carolina and could 
be a big help to the squad this winter . . . Came to Carolina 
from prep school at Hanover, N.H. ... Was a prominent 
member of freshman team two years ago, grabbing 159 
rebounds on team which won the Big Four championship 
. . . Has worked hard in off-season to improve his overall 
performance . . . Undecided on a future career. 



PERSONALITY CHART 

Hobby: All sports 

Post School Ambition: To be involved in foreign 

relations 
Favorite Film or TV Star (Male): James Coburn 
Favorite Film or TV Star (Female): Rose Hopper 
Favorite Food: Dr. Unk's cooking 
Favorite Sports (Other than basketball): Hockey 
Sports Star you Most Admire: Paul Haber 
Biggest Sports Thrill to Date (either high school or 

college): Playing ball here at UNC 




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Front and Backcourt 



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Wilmington, N. C. 
Junior 



42 



Hgt: 6-4 
Wgt: 176 



After playing a reserve role as a sophomore, Kim will get 
a long look from the coaches in pre-season practice . . . He's 
a talented player who was all-State at New Hanover High in 
Wilmington and led his team to the State 4-A championship 
. . . Could be a swing-man, operating both in the front and 
backcourt . . . Saw some action in 12 games last season, 
scoring at a 2.2 clip ... He hit 1 1 of 20 field goal attempts 
. . . One of the best outside shooters on the team ... As a 
freshman, he averaged 9.3 in scoring and hit 52 percent of 
his shots . . . Coaches say he has good promise. 



PERSONALITY CHART 

Hobby: Woodworking; Dancing 

Post School Ambition: Grad School— Special Education 
or Law School 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Male): Clint Eastwood 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Female): Vicky Lynn Temple 

Favorite Food: Strawberries 

Favorite Sports (Other than basketball): Water skiing; 
Golf 

Sports Star you Most Admire: Leon Brogden, Wilming- 
ton Coach 

Biggest Sports Thrill to Date (either high school or 
college): Winning State Championship senior year 
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Frontcourt 



Jamestown, N. Y. 
Sophomore 



40 



Hgt: 6-8 
Wgt: 206 



One of two scholarship players off last year's freshman 
team, he figures to have a big Carolina career . . . Has good 
shooting touch around the basket and can rebound well . . . 
Scored at 17.7 clip for the freshman team and led in re- 
bounding with 114 in 12 games . . . Missed some action 
near the end of the campaign with a broken foot . . . He's in 
good shape now and ready to go . . . Was an all-star player 
in New York State . . . Should see plenty of action in front- 
court this campaign. 



PERSONALITY CHART 

Hobby: Swimming, tennis 
Post School Ambition: Business 
Favorite Film or TV Star (Male): Dick Van Dyke 
Favorite Film or TV Star (Female): Natalie Wood 
Favorite Food: Steak 

Favorite Sports (Other than basketball): Football 
Sports Star you Most Admire: Arnold Palmer 
Biggest Sports Thrill to Date (either high school or 
college): New York State MVP 



George Karl 



Backcourt 



Penn Hills, Pa. 
Sophomore 



Hgt: 6-1 
Wgt: 183 



Was a star performer in first six games of the freshman 
season last year before injuring his back . . . Underwent an 
operation for a slipped disc and now appears to be fully 
recovered . . . Averaged 22.0 points in his six games with 
the frosh, hitting 57.7 percent of his shots . . . Came to 
Carolina as a highly-recruited player after starring in the 
Dapper Dan all-star game in Pennsylvania . . . Will be a 
candidate for a starting job in the backcourt . . . Needs to 
improve his defense . . . He's a good scorer from outside 
and can drive . . . Has fine moves. 



PERSONALITY CHART 

Hobby: Golf, surfing 

Post School Ambition: Coaching or law school 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Male): Eliott Gould 

Favorite Film or TV Star (Female): Kathreen Ross 

Favorite Food: Dr. Unk's omelettes 

Favorite Sports (Other than basketball): Football, 

Volleyball 
Sports Star you Most Admire: Jerry West, Walt Frazier 
Biggest Sports Thrill to Date (either high school or 

college): Winning Dapper Dan Roundball Classic 

against the U. S. All-Stars 




John Austin 



Charlotte, N. C. 
Sophomore 



Backcourt 



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Hgt: 6-2 
Wgt: 162 



A ringleader on freshman team last season with a scoring 
average of 14.9 ... He hit 50 percent of his shots . . . Was a 
key performer in some Tar Baby victories . . . Came to 
Carolina without a scholarship and made the team on his 
own ... A quiet, unassuming young man who hustles all 
the time . . . Coaches are high on him. 



PERSONALITY CHART 
Hobby: Golf 

Post School Ambition: Accounting 
Favorite Film or TV Star (Male): Steve McQueen 
Favorite Film or TV Star (Female): Racquel Welch 
Favorite Food: Steak 

Favorite Sports (Other than basketball): Golf, tennis 
Sports Star you Most Admire: Brooks Robinson 
Biggest Sports Thrill to Date (either high school or 
college): Winning the high school district cham- 
pionship in 1968 




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Sanford, N. C. 
Sophomore 



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Hgt: 6-1 
Wgt: 171 



Here's one of the top leapers on the squad ... His great 
jumping ability enabled him to bring down 62 rebounds on 
frosh team last season despite his modest height . . . Came 
to Carolina without a scholarship and worked hard to make 
the freshman team . . . Averaged 6.9 points a game and was 
instrumental in some big victories . . . Coaches are giving 
him a tryout with the varsity because of his hustle and 
desire. 



PERSONALITY CHART 
Hobby: Basketball 

Post School Ambition: Clinical Psychology 
Favorite Film or TV Star (Male): Ossie Davis 
Favorite Film or TV Star (Female): Diane Carroll 
Favorite Food: Steak 

Favorite Sports (Other than basketball): Track & field 
Sports Star you Most Admire: Sidney Wicks 
Biggest Sports Thrill to Date (either high school or 

college): Carolina Basketball ACC Conference Title 

in 1968 



Final 1969-70 Basketball Statistics 







FIELD GOALS 




FREE THROWS 














PLAYER 


G 


Made 


Att 


Pet 


Made 


Att 


Pet 


Reb 


A 


PF 


TP 


Ave 


Charlie Scott 


27 


281 


611 


46.0 


169 


215 


78.6 


232 


85 


58 


731 


27.1 


Dennis Wuycik 


27 


148 


270 


54.8 


81 


108 


75.0 


203 


39 


83 


377 


14.0 


Lee Dedmon 


25 


133 


276 


48.2 


80 


121 


66.1 


235 


46 


86 


346 


13.8 


Bill Chamberlain 


16 


76 


141 


53.9 


32 


49 


65.3 


90 


24 


37 


184 


11.5 


Eddie Fogler 


27 


79 


175 


45.1 


32 


49 


65.3 


66 


92 


70 


190 


7.0 


Dave Chadwick 


22 


50 


89 


56.2 


15 


27 


55.6 


76 


7 


25 


115 


5.2 


Jim Delany 


26 


43 


98 


43.9 


44 


56 


78.6 


21 


29 


51 


130 


5.0 


Steve P rev is 


27 


49 


133 


36.8 


32 


47 


68.1 


52 


45 


57 


130 


4.8 


Dale Gipple 


21 


25 


44 


56.8 


12 


16 


75.0 


18 


18 


17 


62 


3.0 


Don Eggleston 


23 


18 


46 


39.1 


26 


33 


78.8 


58 


10 


22 


62 


2.7 


Richard Tuttle 


4 


4 


7 


57.1 


2 


4 


50.0 


3 


2 


2 


10 


2.5 


Kim Huband 


12 


11 


20 


55.0 


4 


7 


57.1 


13 


1 


3 


26 


2.2 


Craig Corson 


15 


11 


16 


68.8 


4 


9 


44.4 


24 


4 


18 


26 


1.7 


Mike Earey 


3 


1 


4 


25.0 


2 


2 


100.0 











4 


1.3 


Bill Chambers 


8 


2 


6 


33.3 


2 


4 


50.0 


7 


1 


1 


6 


0.8 


UNC Team Re 


bounds 
27 


(Inclu 
931 


ded in UNCTota 
1936 48.1 


Is) . . . 






138 
1236 


403 


530 


2399 




UNC TOTALS 


537 


747 


71.9 


88.9 


OPP TOTALS 


27 


798 


1810 


44.1 


532 


742 


71.7 


1201 


255 


567 


2128 


78.8 



26 



Walter Rabb, now in his 10th year as Assistant Athletic 
Director at the University of North Carolina, is at the hub of 
Tar Heel athletics. 

The affable Rabb is a man of many talents. In addition to 
his position as assistant athletic director, he is one of the 
country's best known and most respected college baseball 
coaches. 

Before the appointment of Homer Rice as Director of 
Athletics, Rabb occupied the post for eight months on an 
interim basis. 

A native of Lenoir, N.C., Rabb graduated from North 
Carolina State University and attended graduate school at 
Carolina in 1940 and 1941. He joined the physical education 
staff here in 1942. 

Rabb became assistant baseball coach under the late Bunn 
Hearn in 1949 and inherited the top job upon Hearn's death in 
1957. Rabb actually directed most of the Tar Heels' baseball 
operations throughout the 1950s because of Hearn's failing 
health. 

Since taking the reins as head man, Rabb has directed the 
Tar Heels to 358 wins and only 161 losses for a winning per- 
centage of over 68 per cent. His teams have won four Atlantic 
Coast Conference championships since 1960. 

Coach Rabb was a fine baseball player at North Carolina 
State and later played professionally. He was noted as a slick 
fielding shortstop and today is considered an astute judge of 
pitching talent. 

A past president of the American Association of Baseball 
Coaches, Rabb also has been ACC Coach of the Year and in 
1966 was named District Three NCAA Coach of the Year. 

When he isn't busy in the Carolina athletic offices, Rabb 
usually can be found hunting or fishing. He's an expert at both 
sports. 

He is married to the former Amy Warren of Snow Hill, 
N. C, and they have a son, Walter, and a daughter, Amy. 




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As usual, one of the biggest boosters of the Tar Heel basket- 
ball team is Charles P. (Chuck) Erickson, one of Carolina's 
all-time great athletic figures. 

Mr. Erickson, of course, is the former Director of Athletics 
at the University. He resigned in May, 1968 after 16 brilliant 
years at that post. He remains a key man at UNC in his role as 
Consultant and Advisor to the Department of Athletics. 

Carolina enjoyed one of its greatest athletic eras under Mr. 
Erickson's leadership. Most of the athletic facilities here, 
which rank among the best in the nation, are the result of his 
planning. In fact, he personally raised the money from sup- 
porters and backers of the University for many of the building 
projects. 

Shortly after he resigned as Athletic Director, friends of the 
University showed their appreciation for Mr. Erickson's tireless 
work with a testimonial dinner on the Carolina campus. He 
was presented with a new car and a check to pay off his home 
mortgage. 

Mr. Erickson broke onto the Carolina scene over 45 years 
ago as a star halfback under Chuck Collins. He had come to 
Chapel Hill from Oak Park, 111. 

He received a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering and 
entered the world of business. But, in his stay at Carolina Mr. 
Erickson had grown to love Chapel Hill and returned here in 
the early 1930s. 

In his UNC career, he has done just about everything. He 
has been a football coach, assistant graduate manager of ath- 
letics, fund raiser, scout and recruiter. 

Mr. Erickson is married to the former Mildred Warnell. 
They have one daughter, Susan, and two grandchildren. 



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The University of Nortl 



Nestled in the rolling foothills of Piedmont North Carolina 
is Chapel Hill, home of the University of North Carolina. 

The town is unique in that it and the institution are often 
known as one. An old graduate will remark, "I attended 
Chapel Hill in 1 920." Of course, he means the University. 

Chapel Hill is a sleepy town, yet a resourceful one. Al- 
though many of its inhabitants still refer to it as "The Vil- 
lage," the growth of the University has made it more than 
that. 

It is a town which Time Magazine has called "one of the 20 
most enjoyable places to live in the United States." It is a 
town without pretense, one in which the fellow wearing the 
$150 suit may run a small cafe, while his conversational part- 
ner, looking worn and tattered, may well be a successful novel- 
ist. 

The late Jake Wade, in speaking of Chapel Hill, once wrote: 

"This is a town touched by strange magic and one to which 
its peoples, many of them a curious breed, hold a rare and 

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somewhat inexplicable attachment. Our town has no rivers, no 
mountains, no sea, but in the spring it is beautiful and in all 
seasons it is both wonderful and sad, romantic in the spirit of 
the youth it harbors in the educational process of the great 
state university, which is the town's principle industry." 

The school itself is the oldest state university in the nation, 
first admitting students in 1795 while George Washington was 
President. It is now one of three southern colleges which rank 
at the top of universities in a comprehensive study of graduate 
schools conducted by the American Council on Education. 

Carolina has recently been appraised as the "South's best 
university" and "one of America's great academic institu- 
tions." 

The University currently has an enrollment of over 17,000. 
There are more than 1 ,200 faculty members, many of them 
professors of international stature. 

There are 14 colleges and schools, including more than 70 
departments and numerous other institutions, divisions and 
academic-affiliated organizations. 

These include college of arts and sciences and a general 
college for students in their first two academic years, law 
school, medical school, business school, journalism school, 
school of social work, school of education, graduate school 
and school of library science. 

An integral part of the University is the Division of Health 
Affairs, a six-fold medical-dentistry-public health complex 
which includes the North Carolina Memorial Hospital. 

There are many famous alumni. James K. Polk, a graduate 
of the class of 1818, became the 1 1th President of the United 
States. Thirty of North Carolina's 49 governors have been 
UNC graduates. 

Chapel Hill is recognized as a literary haven. Thomas Wolfe, 
one of America's greatest novelists, schooled here. Paul Green 
and LeGette Blythe are among the many other great writers 
who attended the University. 

The Morehead Planetarium on campus helps train U. S. 
astronauts. 

In a traditional program of student self-government, under- 
graduates have their own legislature, system of honor courts 
and student publications. These include a daily newspaper, 
"The Daily Tar Heel." There are also on-campus radio and 
television stations. 

Chapel Hill is the center of an area abundant in concerts, 
art exhibits, lectures, plays and sports events. Many of these 
are held in Chapel Hill at the Ackland Art Center, Morehead 
Art Galleries, Hill Music Hall, Carolina Playmakers Theatre, 
Forest Theatre, Graham Memorial, Memorial Hall, Gerrard 
Hall, Kenan Stadium and Carmichael Auditorium. 

In athletics, the Tar Heel brand is well-known. There are 
now 14 varsity and several freshman and junior varsity sports 
at the University. Over the years Carolina has produced such 
national sports figures as Lennie Rosenbluth, National Basket- 
ball Player of the Year in 1957; Charlie 'Choo Choo' Justice, 
one of college football's all-time greats; Jim Beatty, the first 
American to break the four-minute mile barrier indoors; David 
Lemonds, National Baseball Player of the Year in 1968; 
Charlie Scott, one of basketball's all-time super-stars; and half- 
back Don McCauley, who holds every Atlantic Coast Con- 
ference rushing record. 

These and many other factions of life, too numerous to 
mention, make Chapel Hill and the University one of the most 
attractive places in the country. 

It truly deserves its title, "The Southern Part of Heaven." 



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Tins is a town touched by strange magic and one to 
which its peoples, many of them a curious breed, hold a 
rare and somewhat inexplicable attachment. Our town has 
no rivers, no mountains, no sea, but in the spring it is 
beautiful and in all seasons it is both wonderful and sad, 
romantic in the spirit of the youth it harbors in the educa- 
tional process of the great State University, which is the 
town's principal industry. 

Chapel Hill, where bells wake you in the morning, re- 
gardless of whether you live in the Beta house, Cobb dormi- 
tory or on Laurel Hill Road, and where the bells keep ring- 
ing periodically the day long, with the chimes taking over in 
the majesty of twilight and on certain important occasions 
such as the big football games. 

Not, really, a village any more, although its inhabitants, 
some living in the past, like to consider it as such . . . None 
of us will go so far as to say that it possesses the tranquility 
and serenity of the Twenties, when Thomas Wolfe, and Paul 
Green and LeGette Blythe and "Monk" McDonald and the 
Carmichaels found adventure, melancholy and beauty in 
their diverse pursuits on the old campus and the unexplored 
lands beyond ... It is not as small, and not quite as nice, 
but almost, and there is a whole new world of knowledge to 
be discovered here with recources of mind and matter in 
abundance. 

Chapel Hill, where the civic clubs do not sing, salute 
flags or wear badges, but unostentatiously and quietly 
engage in humanitarian projects as earnestly as their back- 



The late Jake Wade wrote 
this piece a good many years 
ago. Even today, it captures the 
spirit of this Town as well as 
anything we know. Mr. Wade 
ivas director of sports publicity 
at the University at the time of 
his death. 




Jake Wade 



slapping counterparts of the cities . . . Where its only com- 
mercial radio station taboos hill-billy tunes and plays sweet 
music and deathless great arias. 

In Chapel Hill that man in dungarees, coming out of the 
post office, is just as apt to be a best-selling novelist as the 
town's leading plumber or the divorced author of profound 
treatises on the science of nuptial compatibility . . . Where 
shoe shines, on the most modest leather, cost you twenty 
cents per copy, with the same treatment from five to ten 
cents cheaper in a much larger town across the way, but 
there you are not waited on by one of the town's most 
popular citizens who contributes philosophy, sound sense 
and remarkably accurate football prognostications as a 
dividend to the dab of mundane polish. 

People in our town go to church, pray, are kind and 
considerate, both the students and the townspeople, as in 
all towns . . . But where some of the ministers never wear 
hats, do wear sweaters, and sometimes drive the more 
modest editions of those little foreign make sports cars, but 
their democracy in manners is no compromise with the 
dignity of their souls, for our town is blessed with able and 
Godly preachers. 

Chapel Hillians, like the folks in your town or city, play 
poker and bridge but, strangely, little or no gin rummy, and 
they play golf and handball . . . Chapel Hill, where the 
tiniest tots are able swimmers, and old men play an exciting 
brand of tennis . . . Where there are circles and cliques, as in 
all towns, for the socials, round tables and spo.ts, but 
where those who travel together are frequently of oddly 
dissimilar tastes ... A famous singer breaks bread often and 
attends games with a Kenan professor ... A coach has tea 
regularly with a brilliant author ... A University depart- 
ment head finds more wisdom, truth and beauty in the 
philosophy of a bistro keeper than in the ivory towers of 
his own intellectual level and prefers his company . . . But 
Chapel Hill is a town of neighbors who are bird watchers 
and who tend their flowers with loving care and talk over 
stone walls and drink their coffee or cocktails while talking 
oftenest about their children and grandchildren . . . That's 
Chapel Hill. God bless our town and its gentle way of life. 



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This story was written last season before Charlie 
Scott's last Carolina home game. We repeat it here as a 
tribute to one of the Tar Heel's all-time greats. 



CHARLIE 



By JACK WILLIAMS 

The first time I met Charlie Scott he was wear- 
ing a crewcut, the kind you get free of charge in 
barber shops at Parris Island or Camp Lejeune. His 
sweater was baggy with a big prep school mono- 
gram on the front and his trousers were khacki. 
' Charlie's hairstyle and wardrobe have changed 
drastically in the past four years— and so has 
Charlie Scott. 

His basketball, his social life, his approach to 
life all have become more refined. Even his speech 
has changed. Close friends used to have trouble 
understanding Charlie. Now he talks slower and 
more distinctly. 

But one thing hasn't changed. Charlie Scott, 
basically, still is the same fine, young man who left 
Laurinburg Institute to become the first black 
scholarship athlete at the University of North Caro- 
lina. 

There were those in our town who predicted 
trouble for Charlie Scott. Not in Chapel Hill be- 
cause everyone knows this is a very liberal com- 
munity. But what would happen when a Negro in 




Carolina blue traveled the Atlantic Coast Confer- 
ence circuit to Clemson and Columbia and to 
points outside the conference even further south? 

Scott did find some bitterness in those places. 
On Carolina's visit to the South Carolina campus 
three years ago, angry fans shouted, "To hell with 
you, Nigger! Go back to Harlem with your black 
buddies!" 

Charlie ignored the cries of those racists. He, 
too, ignored the ugly threats he received by mail. 
He was too busy playing basketball and making the 
Dean's List. 

It would be safe to say that no athlete in Caro- 
lina history ever faced more pressure than Scott 
when he enrolled here. The fact that he is Black 
and was the first of his race to play here certainly 
put him on the spot. But there's more to it than 
that. Scott had a fabulous prep school record and 
he already was one of the most highly-touted 
players in the country the day he entered the 
Atlantic Coast Conference. 

Scott played in the shadow of all-America Larry 
Miller as a sophomore, but still managed to make 
the all-Atlantic Coast Conference team. Following 
that season, he became a member of the United 
States Olympic team despite the fact that many 
members of his race boycotted the Games. Scott 
was a star player at Mexico City as the Americans 
swept the Olympic championship. 

Then came a sensational junior year at Carolina. 
Charlie made four all-America teams. He capped 
that season with two of his greatest games. Against 
Duke in the finals of the ACC Tournament, Scott 
scored 40 points to lift the Tar Heels from behind 
to their third straight title. He hit 17 out of 23 
shots that night and many claim it was the greatest 
overall performance of his career. 

The next week at College Park, Md., Charlie 
ripped the nets for 32 points, including a game- 
winning basket at the buzzer, as Carolina toppled 
Davidson for the Eastern Regional crown. 

With the graduation of such standout players as 
Rusty Clark, Bill Bunting and Dick Grubar, it fig- 
ured that Carolina would have a tough time de- 
fending its championships this year. But the Tar 
Heels still have Mr. Scott and he has enjoyed a 
brilliant season. He has led the team to a fine 17-6 
record and his very presence in the lineup makes 
the Tar Heels a threat for another title in the ACC 
Tournament next week. 



Charlie Scott and friends 



SCOTT 



No athlete in Carolina history ever faced 
more pressure than Charlie Scott. 
His career at UNC was fabulous. 
He won the admiration and respect 
of sports fans everywhere. 

All the headlines, however, haven't been good 
ones for Scott. He was blasted by the press at the 
end of last season when he criticized the Coach and 
Player of the Year selections in the ACC. 

Charlie was miffed when his coach, Dean Smith, 
was not awarded the Coach of the Year prize after 
winning a third straight ACC and Eastern Regional 
championship. That award went to Frank McGuire 
of South Carolina. Prodded by a newsman, Scott 
also stated that he felt he should have been voted 
ACC Player of the Year instead of John Roche, the 
South Carolina guard who won the award. 

In retrospect, it seems strange, indeed, that not 
one newsman supported his view. Surely there 
were writers who felt Scott was the best player in 
the league, but they didn't come to his defense 
when the press raked him over the coals. He was 
unanimously condemned for opening his mouth. 

Say the shoe was on the other foot. Suppose 
Scott had been named Player of the Year and 
Roche had disagreed publicly. I believe some news- 
men would have supported Roche in his view. But 
it was different with Charlie. It was almost as 
though they were saying, "A black man isn't sup- 
posed to speak his mind." 

But that is history now. And so are most of the 
other events in the college career of Charlie Scott. 
He plays his final home game tonight in Carmichael 
Auditorium. 

It will be a sad time for the thousands who have 
thrilled to his magic. Many regard Scott as the 
greatest player ever to wear Carolina blue. I must 
say that he can do more things than any player I 
have watched here. 

Coach Smith pays him this tribute. "When the 
game is close near the end," Smith says, "Charles is 
like Arnold Palmer birdying Nos. 17 and 18." 

Charlie Scott has written a magnificent story 
here. Years from now when a new generation of 
players are wearing Carolina blue, I will tell them 
that story. I'll tell them about all the games that 
Scott won, about all the fantastic shots he made 
and about his greatest victory of all— a triumph for 
black men everywhere. 



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In 60 years of basketball competition, the University of 
North Carolina has produced some of the greatest players in 
the game. Seven of them are riding high right now in pro- 
fessional ranks. 

Billy Cunningham is the high-scoring star of the Phila- 
delphia 76ers. Sizzling rookie Charlie Scott, Doug Moe and 
Larry Brown are leaders of the powerful Virginia Squires of 
the ABA. Larry Miller is a fine player with the Carolina 
Cougars, Bill Bunting fires 'em up for the New York Nets 
and Bobby Lewis plays for the Cleveland Cavaliers. 

But these stars of recent Carolina teams are just a few of 
the many Carolina players who have produced great excite- 
ment for Tar Heel fans and have made headlines coast-to- 
coast. 

Recently, an all-time Carolina football team was picked. 
Don't try to do that in basketball. There have been so many 
great stars that such a selection would cause a furor among 
Tar Heel fans. 

Basketball first became a varsity sport at Carolina in 
1911 and it took only 13 years for the Tar Heels to win a 
national championship. The 1924 team posted a perfect 
24-0 record and was voted the best in the land. 

That team was paced by the first of the truly great 
Carolina stars, Jack Cobb, a member of the Helms Basket- 
ball Hall of Fame. Two other leaders were Cartwright Car- 
michael and Monk McDonald. Oldtimers who saw those 
players perform claim that they could hold their own with 
all the super athletes of today. 

While Carolina did not produce an ail-American in the 
1930s, it did come up with many outstanding players. Ivan 
(Jack) Glace, Earl Ruth, Virgil Weathers and Tom Alexan- 
der made the all-Southern Conference teams during that 
decade. 

One of the great legends in Carolina sports grew on the 
Carolina campus in the early 1940s— the story of George 
Glamack, the "Blind Bomber" of the Tar Heels. Glamack's 
eyesight was so bad that he couldn't see the basket. But he 
developed the uncanny sense of knowing where the basket 
was in relation to his position on thecourt. He perfected a 
hook shot which was devastating. He was an Ail-American 
in 1940 and 1941 and was the Helms Foundation Player of 
the Year in 1941. He's in the Hall of Fame. 

All-American John (Hook) Dillon was the star of the 
1946 team which lost to Oklahoma A and M in the national 
finals. He had an excellent supporting cast in Bones Mc- 
Kinney, Jim Jordan, Bob Paxton and Jim White. 

Eleven years later, the Tar Heels again went to the 
national finals. This time they won, beating Kansas in a 
triple overtime thriller. Lennie Rosenbluth, a lean player 
with an amazing shooting eye, was the star of that team 
which toppled the fabled Wilt Chamberlain in the title 
game. 

Rosenbluth was voted Player of the Year and he made 
everybody's all-America. Other starters on that team were 
Bob Cunningham, Tommy Kearns, Pete Brennan and Joe 
Quigg. 



Rosenbluth today coaches high school basketball in 
Miami, Fla. He is remembered as one of the truly great 
players ever to perform in the Atlantic Coast Conference. 

Seven of Carolina's finest walked the campus and shot 
field goals in the early 1960s. Lee Shaffer, a blond bomber, 
was a sensation in 1960. He was later an all-star performer 
with the Syracuse Nationals in the NBA. 

York Larese and Doug Moe also starred for Carolina in 
the early part of the decade. Larese was one of the all-time 
great free throw shooters. Moe, after leaving Carolina, 
played for a while in the Italian League and now is a star 
with the Virginia Squires. 

Like Moe, Larry Brown is another former Tar Heel who 
is a super player in the ABA. He is a teammate of Moe and 
Charlie Scott on the Virginia Squires' club and they form a 
terrific trio. 

Brown is the playmaker deluxe. He coached for a time 
under Dean Smith at Carolina. Larry has a keen mind for 
the game and is regarded as one of the slickest ball-handlers 
ever to perform here. 

The Kangaroo Kid, Billy Cunningham, is still another 
UNC star who became a professional great. Cunningham 
made the all-ACC teams three straight years in 1963, 1964 
and 1965 and was an All-American in his senior year. He 
now is regarded as one of the NBA's leading players at 
Philadelphia. 

Next on the Carolina scene came Bob Lewis, a skinny 
kid who could shoot the eyes out of the basket. In fact, he 
still holds the Carolina school scoring record with 49 points 
against Florida State in 1966. Lewis recently was sent to 
Cleveland by the San Francisco Warriors of the NBA. 

Larry Miller, a first-team all-America his senior year at 
Carolina, played on two teams which went to the NCAA 
round of four. In 1968, he was on the Tar Heel team which 
lost to UCLA in the national finals. 

Larry was a highly-honored player here. He twice was 
named the Atlantic Coast Conference Athlete of the Year. 
Miller now is a valuable member of the Carolina Cougars. 

Bill Bunting, Dick Grubar and Rusty Clark were starters 
on three straight Carolina teams which went to the NCAA 
round of four. Bunting had a brilliant senior year and now 
is with the New York Nets. Grubar may be one of the most 
popular athletes ever to wear Carolina blue. And Clark was 
a dynamic figure, one of the best big men (6-10) in Tar 
Heel history. 

Then there was Charlie Scott-who may just be the 
greatest of them all. Charlie made a lot of all-America teams 
and last year was chosen as the Atlantic Coast Conference 
Athlete of the Year. 

He has broken in with a bang on the Virginia Squires' 
team in the ABA and already is regarded as a leading candi- 
date for Rookie of the Year in that league. 

The list of Tar Heel greats grows longer. The current 
roster may produce another player who will rank among 
the all-time stars. Carolina has a fabulous tradition in the 
game and the men who play here do great honor to the 
school and to themselves. 



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JIM HUDOCK 
HARRY JONES 
DON WALSH 
LARRY BROWN 
CHARLES BURNS 
PEPPY CALLAHAN 
DIETER KRAUSE 
YOGI POTEET 
RICHARD VINROOT 
MIKE COOKE 

ART KATZ 
CHARLES SHAFFER 
BRYAN McSWEENEY 
BILL CUNNINGHAM 
BILL BROWN 
BILL GALANTAI 
PUD HASSELL 
RAY RESPESS 
BOB BENNETT 
BILL HARRISON 
RAY HASSELL 
MIKE IANNARELLA 
JIM MOORE 
MIKE SMITH 
JIM SMITHWICK 
JOHN YOKLEY 
BOB LEWIS 
IAN MORRISON 
TOM GAUNTLETT 
MARK MIRKEN 
DONNIE MOE 
LARRY MILLER 
JIM FRYE 
GREG CAMPBELL 
RALPH FLETCHER 
RUSTY CLARK 
DICK GRUBAR 
BILL BUNTING 
JOE BROWN 
GERALD TUTTLE 
RICKY WEBB 
GRA WHITEHEAD 
JIM DELANY 
EDDIE FOGLER 
CHARLES SCOTT 



CLASS DEGREE 

'62 AB (History) 
'62 BS (Ind. Relations) 

'62 AB (Philosophy) 

'62 AB (Pol. Sci.) 

'63 AB (History) 

'63 AB (Sociology) 

'63 AB (Math) 

'63 AB (Sociology) 

'63 AB (Sociology) 

'63 BS (Bus. Adm.) 

'64 AB (English) 

'64 AB (Phy. Ed.) 

'64 AB (Hist. & Eng.) 

'64 AB (Pol. Sci.) 

'65 AB (History) 

'65 AB (History) 

'65 AB (History) 

'65 AB (History) 

'65 BS (Ind. Rel.) 

'65 AB (Pol. Sci.) 

'65 BS (Ind. Rel.) 

'66 AB (History) 

'66 AB (English) 

'66 AB (Psychology) 

'66 AB (Math) 

'66 AB (Chemistry) 

'66 BS (Ind. Rel.) 

'67 AB (Sociology) 

'67 BS (Soc. Welfare) 

'67 AB (Pol. Sci.) 

'67 AB (History) 

'67 BS (Bus. Adm.) 

'68 BS (Bus. Adm.) 

'68 AB (Pol. Sci.) 

'68 BS (Bus. Adm.) 

'68 BS (Bus. Adm.) 

'69 AB (Zoology) 

'69 BS (Bus. Adm.) 

'69 AB (History) 

'69 BS (Bus. Adm.) 

'69 AB (Education) 

'70 Pre-Dental 

'70 BS (Bus. Adm.) 

'70 AB (Pol. Sci.) 

'70 AB (Math) 

'70 AB (History) 



GRADUATE WORK 

Dental '67 

MA Phil. '63; Ph.D. '70 

Law '65 

MA (Math) '64 

ME (Education) '65 
Law '66 

MA (Education) '66 

Law '67 

Graduate Work, Pol. Sci. 

Law '68 

Physical Educ. 
Law '68 

Law '69 

MBA (Bus. Adm.) '67 

MA (Eng.) '67, Ph.D. '70 
Psychology 

Medicine '70 



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Medicine '73 



Dental '73 
Law 73 



PRESENT POSITION 

Assistant Coach, Georgia U. 

Dentist, Kinston, N. C. 

Ph.D. Candidate 

Assistant Coach, U.S.C. 

Pro Basketball (ABA) Virginia 

Burlington Industries (Personnel) 

Captain, U S. Air Force 

Captain, U. S. Army 

Coach & Teacher 

Lawyer, Charlotte, N. C. 

Reg. Mgr., Blue Bell Mfg. Co. 
Washington, D. C 

Coach & Teacher 

Lawyer, Atlanta, Ga. 

Broker, Wall St., N.Y.C. 

Pro Basketball (Phila. 76ers, NBA) 

Lawyer, Atlanta, Ga. 

Coach & Teacher 

Lawyer, Raleigh, N. C. 

Personnel, N. C. State Government 

Lawyer, Los Angeles, Calif. 

Chase Manhattan Bank, N. Y. 

Salesman, Pharmaceutical Co. 

Ph.D. Candidate 

U. S. Army 

Humble Oil Co., New Orleans 

Pediatrician, Columbia, S. C. 

Furniture Mfg., Mt. Airy, N. C. 

Pro Basketball (Cleveland) NBA 

Military Service 

Payne Printery, Dallas, Pa. 

Lawyer, Columbus, Ohio 

Military Service 

Pro Basketball (Carolina) ABA 

Coach & Teacher 

Military Service 

Irving Trust Co., New York, N. Y. 

Medical School 

Pro Basketball (Ind. Pacers) ABA 

Pro Basketball (New York) ABA 

Wachovia Bk. & Tr. Co., Raleigh, N. C. 

Military Service 

Dental Student 

Branch Bk. & Tr. Co., Wilson, N. C. 

Law Student 

Coach & Teacher, Washington, D. C. 

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East Tennessee 

Tuesday, December 1 at Chapel Hill 

LOCATION: Johnson City, Tennessee 

NICKNAME: Buccaneers 

CONFERENCE: Ohio Valley 

COLORS: Blue and Gold 

1970 ENROLLMENT: 9,600 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: John Robert Bell 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: John Cathey 

HOME COURT: Memorial Gymnasium (4,000) 

HEAD COACH: John Madison Brooks (Louisiana Tech '37) 

HIS RECORD: Previous seasons 22, won 338, lost 224 

1970 OVERALL RECORD: 15-11 

1970 CONFERENCE RECORD: 8-6 

TEAM HONORS: T-3 Ohio Valley Conference 

SERIES RECORD: None 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 6-6 F Tim Fleming; 6-2 G Gordon 
Gifford; 6-3 G Tommy Martin; 6-8 Jerry McNabb; 6-5 F 
Mel Popovich; 6-5 John Rice; 6-0 G Lynn Ring; 6-0 Irving 
Smith; 6-6 Phil Williford. 

LETTERMEN LOST: 6-5 F Mike Kretzer; 6-8 C Billy Stringer; 
6-0 G Gale Daniels. 

REPLACEMENTS: 6-9 C Chuck Shelton; 6-6 F Ron Hardin; 
6-2 G Denton Willard. 

CAPTAIN: Jerry McNabb 




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The Bucs will be strong at guards, 
possess average height but scoring 
potential will be good. Basically a 
veteran club height will be a de- 
cided handicap. Success will de- 
pend on how well Phil Williford 
and Jerry McNabb come through. 
Guards will be good with Cordon 
Gifford (12.8) and Tommy Mar- 
tin (5.5) having inside track. 
Sophomore Denton Willard could 
easily break into starting lineup. 
Tim Fleming will have to carry 
load at pivot, not big man but can 
jump well. John Rice at Forward 
should be good, has great poten- 
tial. 



William & Mary 

Saturday, December 5 at Williamsburg, Va. 

LOCATION: Williamsburg, Va. 

NICKNAME: Indians 

CONFERENCE: Southern 

COLORS: Green and Gold 

1970 ENROLLMENT: 4,000 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: H. Lester Hooker, Jr. 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: Barry Fratkin 

HOME COURT: Convocation Center (10,000) 

HEAD COACH: Warren Mitchell (Richmond '58) 

HIS RECORD: Previous seasons, 4, won 37, lost 65 

1970 OVERALL RECORD: 11-16 

1970 CONFERENCE RECORD: 5-7 

SERIES RECORD: UNC 11, William & Mary 1 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 6-4 f Tom Jasper, 6-3 f Steve 
Dodge, 6-7 c Jim Warrens, 5-10 g Neil Gewirtzmen 

LETTERMEN LOST: 6-6 f Bob Sherwood, 6-0 g Mike Schemer- 
ing, 6-1 g Harry Kent. 

REPLACEMENTS: 6-7 f Jeff Trammell, 6-2 g Dave Duncan, 
6-8 c David Stovall. 

CO-CAPTAINS: Jasper and Dodge 



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The addition of five transfer 
students should give William and 
Mary one of its strongest teams in 
recent years this season. The In- 
dians lost star forward Bob Sher- 
wood (18.7) to graduation, but 
return two fine shooters in Tom 
Jasper and Steve Dodge off a 
team which averaged 78.4 points 
per game last year, highest in 
William and Mary history. Florida 
State transfer Jeff Trammel, a 6-7 
forward, may win a starting job 
along with junior college new- 
comer David Stovall, a 6-8 center. 
Big trouble spot for the Indians 
may be at guard where both start- 
ers have graduated. Overall, 
William and Mary appears to have 
a good shooting team and could 
be a contender for the Southern 
Conference championship. 




Warren Mitchell 




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Creighton Univ. 

Saturday, December 12 at Charlotte 

LOCATION: Omaha, Nebraska 

NICKNAME: Bluejays 

CONFERENCE: Independent 

COLORS: White and Blue 

1970 ENROLLMENT: 4,100 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: Eddie Sutton 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: Dan Offenburger 

HOME COURT: Creighton Gym (10,000) 

HEAD COACH: Eddie Sutton (Oklahoma State '54) 

HIS RECORD: Previous seasons 1, won 16, lost 10 

1970 OVERALL RECORD: 16-10 

SERIES RECORD: UNC 1, Creighton 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 6-9 c Cyril Baptiste, 6-9 f Joe 
Bergman, 6-6 f Dennis Bresnahan, 5-10 g Mike Caruso, 
6-1 g John Taylor, 6-5 f Phil Bazelides. 



Univ. of Virginia 

Tuesday, December 15 at Chapel Hill 
Saturday, February 27 at Charlotteville, N. C. 



LOCATION: Charlottesville, Va. 

NICKNAME: Cavaliers 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast Conference 

COLORS: Blue and Orange 

1970 ENROLLMENT: 10,603 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: Steve Sebo, Michigan State '37 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: Barney Cooke, Virginia '57 

HOME COURT: University Hall (7,800) 

HEAD COACH: Bill Gibson (Penn. St. '52) 

HIS RECORD: Previous seasons 8, won 61, lost 112 

1970 OVERALL RECORD: 10-15 

1970 CONFERENCE RECORD: 3-11 

TEAM HONORS: Bill Gerry, Second Team AII-ACC (Coaches), 
AII-ACC Tourney 



LETTERMEN LOST: 6-0 g Jack Katterer, 6-7 f Dan Thornton. SERIES RECORD: UNC 54, Virginia 24 



REPLACEMENTS: 6-0 g Andy Potelas, 6-7 f Dan Tarr, 6-5 f 

Pat Bresnahan. 

CAPTAIN: (None elected) 




Eddie Sutton 



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Creighton is looking forward 
to new success in the 1970-71 
basketball season as Coach Eddie 
Sutton enters his second year 
with five leading scorers return- 
ing. Cyril Baptiste, 6-9 junior 
center, who was a regular with the 
1970 U. S. Olympic Development 
team, is receiving All-America 
notice. Baptiste led the Bluejays 
last season with 18.9 points and 
11.7 rebounds per game. Other 
top returning scorers are Mike Ca- 
ruso (13.7), Dennis Bresnahan 
(12.8), Joe Bergman (10.5), and 
John Taylor, 7.3. Bergman was 
drafted by both professional lea- 
gues after last season but has one 
semester's eligibility this year. 
Bresnahan was a third team aca- 
demic ail-American. 



LETTERMEN RETURNING: 6-7 Billy Gerry, 6-10 Scott Mc- 
Candlish, 6-0 Tim Rash, 6-4 Frank DeWitt, 6-5 Mike 
Wilkes, 6-0 John Hill, 5-11 Kevin Kennelly, 6-1 Chip 
Miller. 

LETTERMEN LOST: 6-3 Chip Case. 

REPLACEMENTS: 6-3 Barry Parkhill, 6-3 Jim Hobgood, 6-3 
Larry Gerry. 

CAPTAIN: Bill Gerry 




Bill Gibson 



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Virginia figures to have "turned 
the corner" in its basketball pro- 
gram as witnessed by fine second 
half finish in '69 and return of 
eight lettermen plus outstanding 
soph Barry Parkhill. Unusually 
good situation for Cavaliers is 
depth, with both frontline and 
backcourt two-deep. Schedule 
will again be one of the most rug- 
ged in the nation with 14 ACC 
games and visit to tough Moun- 
taineer Classic, plus visit to Uni- 
versity Hall of Rich Yunkus-led 
Georgia Tech. 




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Utah University 

Tuesday, December 22 at Salt Lake City, Utah 

LOCATION: Salt Lake City, Utah 

NICKNAME: Redskins 

CONFERENCE: Western Athletic Conference 

COLORS: Crimson and White 

1970 ENROLLMENT: 23,747 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: James R. Jack 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: Ron Fessenden 

HOME COURT: Sports Arena (15,000) 

HEAD COACH: Jack Gardner (Southern Cal 32) 

HIS RECORD: Previous seasons, 17, won 324, lost 142 

1970 OVERALL RECORD: 18-10 

CONFERENCE RECORD: 9-5 

TEAM HONORS: Won the Utah Classic and played in the 
NIT 

SERIES RECORD: UNC 3, Utah 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 6-4 g Mike Newlin, 6-5 f Ken 
Gardner, 6-10 c Jim Mahler. 

LETTERMEN LOST: 6-3 f Walt Hawkins, 6-0 g John Hunter. 

REPLACEMENTS: 6-6 f John Dearman, 6-1 g Eddie Trail. 

CAPTAIN: Game captains 




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Despite the loss of two starters 
off last year's 18-10 team which 
went to the N. I. T., Utah should 
have another strong team this sea- 
son. The Redskins will be led by 
All-America candidate Mike New- 
lin, a 6-4 guard who has twice 
been selected the Western Athle- 
tic Conference Player of the Year. 
Big problem facing Coach Jack 
Gardner is replacing graduated 
forward Walt Hawkins, an excel- 
lent rebounder and defensive 
player. Sophomore John Dearman 
has the inside tract at that spot 
and should team with returnees 
Ken Carder and Jim Mahler on 
the front line. Joining Newlin in 
the backcourt will be soph Eddie 
Trail, a good ball-handler and 
shooter. Newlin shouldered much 
of the Utah scoring burden last 
year and averaged 26.0 per game. 
But, Coach Gardner is hoping for 
a more balanced attack this year. 
The Redskins are the preseason 
favorites in the WAC. 



Mike Newlin 



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Penn State 

Tuesday, December 29 at Greensboro 

LOCATION: University Park, Pa. 

NICKNAME: Nittany Lions 

CONFERENCE: 

COLORS: Blue and White 

1970 ENROLLMENT: 25,000 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: Edward M. Czekaj 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: James Tarman 

HOME COURT: Recreation Building (7,200) 

HEAD COACH: John Bach (Fordham '48) 

HIS RECORD: Previous seasons 2, wone 26, lost 20 

1970 OVERALL RECORD: 13-11 

SERIES RECORD: UNC 1, Penn State 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 6-3 f Willie Bryant, 6-8 f Bob 
Fittin, 6-1 g Ron Kodish, 6-3 g Bruce Mello. 

LETTERMEN LOST: 6-3 g Tom Daley. 

REPLACEMENTS: 6-1 g Andy Potelas, 6-7 f Dan Tarr, 6-5 f 
Bill Kunze, 6-9 c Paul Neunayer. 

CO-CAPTAINS: Bryant and Mello 




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Coach John Bach feels his 
third team at Penn State will be 
his best yet. The Nittany Lions' 
biggest weakness last year was a 
lack of rebounding, but Bach is 
hoping the addition of sophomore 
center Paul Neunayer will remedy 
that. Bach hopes to run more this 
season than his teams have in the 
past. Top returning scorer is Bob 
Fittin (14.5) who has been 
switched from center to forward. 
Sophomore Bill Kunze is battling 
two-year regular Willie Bryant for 
the other starting forward spot. 
Top man in the backcourt is Ron 
Kodish, who should be one of the 
team's leading scorers. 




Bob Fittin 



Northwestern 

Wednesday, December 30 at Greensboro 

LOCATION: Evanston, III. 

NICKNAME: Wildcats 

CONFERENCE: Big Ten 

COLORS: Purple and White 

1970 ENROLLMENT: 9,732 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: Tippy Dye 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: George Beres 

HOME COURT: McGaw Memorial (8,500) 

HEAD COACH: Brad Snyder 

HIS RECORD: Previous seasons, 2, won 13, lost 17 

1970 OVERALL RECORD: 9-15 

1970 CONFERENCE RECORD: 4-10 

SERIES RECORD: UNC 1, Northwestern 1 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 6-6 f Steve Berg, 6-3 f Don Cran- 
dell, 5-11 g Paul Douglass, 6-9 c Barry Hentz, 6-5 c Myles 
Jerden, 6-5 f Barry Moran, 5-11 g Tom Preston, 6-4 g 
Ron Shoger. 

LETTERMEN LOST: 6-6 f Don Adams, 5-11 g Dale Kelley, 
6-8 c Kent Sarno. 

REPLACEMENTS: 6-3 g Perry Ludy, 6-1 g Mark Sibley. 




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The Wildcats finished ninth in 
the Big Ten last year, but hope to 
be vastly improved this season. 
Top newcomer is Perry Ludy, a 
6-3 guard who averaged 24.2 for 
the freshman team last season. 
Another good sophomore will be 
guard Mark Sibley, who's 6-1. 
Six-eight junior Barry Hentz is the 
only pivot man with size. Other 
returning starters are forwards 
Barry Moran, and Don Crandell. 
The Wildcats count on speed to 
compensate for lack of height. 



Barry Moran 



Tulane University 

Saturday, January 2 at Charlotte 

LOCATION: New Orleans, La. 

NICKNAME: Green Wave 

CONFERENCE: Independent 

COLORS: Olive Green, Sky Blue 

1970 ENROLLMENT: 8,240 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: Rix Yard 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: Bill Curl 

HOME COURT: Tulane Gymnasium (5,000) 

HEAD COACH: Ralph Pedersen, (Tulane '52) 

HIS RECORD: Previous seasons 6, won 55, lost 92 

1970 OVERALL RECORD: 5-18 

SERIES RECORD: UNC 4, Tulane 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 6-5 f Dave Alspaugh, 6-1 g Mike 
Billingsley, 5-10 g Mike Henry, 6-8 f John Sutter, 6-6 c 
Harold Sylvester. 

LETTERMEN LOST: 6-1 g Ned Reese, 6-7 c Dennis Riddle, 
6-7 c Greg Robers. 

REPLACEMENTS: 6-5 f Ricky Miller, 6-6 f Mike Dressier, 
6-3 g John Szponar. 

CAPTAINS: Game captains. 



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All-American John Sutter and 
jumping jack Harold Sylvester, a 
pair of two year starters, head a 
Tulane cage aggregation looking 
for a big improvement over last 
winter's 5- 18 performance. 

Sutter, a 6-8 forward with 
great outside shooting ability, led 
Tulane in just about everything 
last season, including points 
scored (24.3) and rebounds (11.8) 
per contest and was named to The 
Helms Foundation Ail-American 
Basketball squad. 

Sylvester, one of the finest re- 
bounders in Tulane cage history, 
was felled by mononucleosis in 
October, 1969, but recovered 
quickly to do an excellent job in 
the pivot with 13.5 points and 9.9 
rebounds per contest. 

The only other three lettermen 
returning are guards Mike Henry, 
Mike Billingsley and Dave 
Alspaugh, so the key to the 
1970-71 season may be the deve- 
lopment of talented newcomers 
from last year's 16-4 Freshman 
squad. 




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South Carolina 

Monday, January 4 at Chapel Hill 
Saturday, February 20 at Columbia, S. C. 

LOCATION: Columbia, S. C. 

NICKNAME: Fighting Gamecocks 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast Conference 

COLORS: Garnet and Black 

1970 ENROLLMENT: 16,000 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: Paul F. Dietzel 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: Tom Price 

HOME COURT: Carolina Coliseum (12,401) 

HEAD COACH: Frank J. McGuire (St. John's 36) 

HIS RECORD: Previous seasons 6, won 94, lost 64 

1970 OVERALL RECORD: 25-3 

1970 CONFERENCE RECORD: 14-0 

TEAM HONORS: Regular Season ACC winners, Sugar Bow! 
Tournament champions 

SERIES RECORD: UNC 51, USC 15 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 6-3 g John Roche; 6-10 f Tom 
Owens; 6-10 c Tom Riker; 6-8 f John Ribock; 6-7 f Rick 
Aydlett; 6-2 g Bob Carver; 6-0 g Dennis Powell. 

LETTERMEN LOST: 6-2 g Bobby Cremins; 6-5 f-g Billy Grimes; 
6-8 f Gene Spencer; 6-3 Corky Carnevale; 6-2 g Tommy 
Terry. 

REPLACEMENTS: 6-3 g-f Kevin Joyce; 7-0 c Danny Traylor; 
6-2 g Casey Manning; 5-11 g Jimmy Powell. 

CAPTAIN: John Roche 




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Four returning starters, led by 
All-American guard John Roche, 
and some bright sophomore pros- 
pects will make South Carolina's 
basketball Gamecocks deeper and 
more experienced in 1970-71. 
Along with Roche, the ACC Play- 
er-of-the-Year for the second 
straight year in '70, the towering 
front line of 6-10 Tom Owens, 
6-10 Tom Riker and 6-8 John 
Ribock returns intact. Also avail- 
able are the two top reserves from 
last year's squad, 6-7 Rick Ayd- 
lett and 6-2 Bob Carver. Top 
sophomore prospects are 6-3 for- 
ward-guard Kevin Joyce and 7-0, 
250 pound center Danny Traylor. 



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Duke University 

Saturday, January 9 at Chapel Hill 
Saturday, March 6 at Durham 

LOCATION: Durham, North Carolina 

NICKNAME: Blue Devils 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 

COLORS: Blue and White 

1970 ENROLLMENT: 8,000 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: E. M. Cameron 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: Richard Giannini 

HOME COURT: Duke Indoor Stadium (8,800) 

HEAD COACH: Raymond C. (Bucky) Waters (State '58) 

HIS RECORD: Previous seasons 1, won 17, lost 9 

1970 OVERALL RECORD: 17-9 

1970 CONFERENCE RECORD: 8-6 (2nd) 

TEAM HONORS: Runnersup, U. Kentucky lnv. ; NIT 

SERIES RECORD: UNC 62, Duke 54 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 6-10 c Randy Denton, 6-9 f Larry 
Saunders, 6-7 f Rick Katherman, 6-3 g Brad Evans 5-10 
g Dick DeVenzio, 6-4 f Stu Yarbrough, 6-5 f Steve Litz 
6-3 g Robbie West, 5-10 g Pat Doughty. 

LETTERMEN LOST: 6-6 f Don Blackman, 6-6 f Glen Smiley 
6-4 f Tim Teer, 6-5 f Doug Jackson, 6-2 g John Posen, 6-2 
g Ray Kuhlmeier. 

REPLACEMENTS: 6-9 c-f Alan Shaw, 6-2 g Gary Melchionni 
6-1 g Jeff Dawson, 6-4 f Richie O'Connor. 

CAPTAIN: (None chosen yet) 




Bucky Waters 



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With five starters returning from 
last season's NIT team and four 
blue chip sophomores coming up 
from last year's undefeated fresh- 
man team, the prospects are 
bright for the '70-71 Blue Devils. 
Top returnee is 6-10 center 
Randy Denton, Duke's All-Ameri- 
can candidate and one of the fin- 
est big men in the college game. 
The other four returning starters 
will be hard-pressed by sopho- 
mores for starting jobs. 




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Clemson Univ. 

Thursday, January 14 at Chapel Hill 
Saturday, February 13 at Charlotte 

LOCATION: Clemson, South Carolina 

NICKNAME: Tigers 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 

COLORS: Purple and Orange 

1970 ENROLLMENT: 7,021 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: Frank Howard 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: Bob Bradley 

HOME COURT: Littlejohn Coliseum (9,720) 

HEAD COACH: Tates Locke (Ohio Wesleyan '59) 

HIS RECORD: Previous seasons 

1970 OVERALL RECORD: 7-19 

1970 CONFERENCE RECORD: 2-12 

SERIES RECORD: UNC 48, Clemson 6 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 6-2 g John Coakley, 6-6 f Dickie 
Foster, 6-5 f Paul Holzshu, 6-5 f Jack Ross, 6-1 g Dave 
Thomas, 6-6 c Pete Weddell. 

LETTERMEN LOST: 6-4 f Ronnie Yates, 6-7 c Richie Mahaffey, 
6-7 f Greg Latin, 5-11 g Butch Zatezalo. 

REPLACEMENTS: 6-11 c Dave Angel, 6-3 g Ron Fenwick, 6-2 
g Mike Petro, 6-11 f John Williams. 

CAPTAIN: Game 




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Taylor Locke 




The 1970-71 Clemson basketball 
season will be a year of adjust- 
ment and experimenting for new 
Tiger head coach Taylor (Tates) 
Locke and his three-man staff, 
Bill Clendenin, George Hill and 
Cliff Malpass. Locke, who was 
head man at Miami University of 
Oxford, Ohio, will have to depend 
heavily on seven members from 
last year's Clemson freshman 
club, which finished the year with 
a 9-7 mark. Two starters return 
for the Tigers, guard Dave 
Thomas and forward Dickie Fos- 
ter. Thomas, who will probably 
be a starter in the backcourt this 
season, averaged 11.6 points a 
game last year, while the 6-6 Fos- 
ter averaged 8.0 points and 7.4 
rebounds per game. Guard John 
Coakley (4.2), forwards Paul 
Holzshu and Jack Ross, return 
with center Pete Weddell. Holzshu 
averaged 2.2 points a game, Ross 
1.8, Weddell 1.4. 



Dave Thomas 



Wake Forest 

Saturday, January 16 at Winston-Salem 
Thursday, February 4 at Chapel Hill 



LOCATION: Winston-Salem, N. C. 

NICKNAME: Demon Deacons 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 

COLORS: Old Gold and J3lack 

1970 ENROLLMENT: 3,200 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: Gene Hooks 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: Bobby Batson 

HOME COURT: Memorial Coliseum (8,200) 

HEAD COACH: Jack McCloskey (Penn. '48) 

HIS RECORD: Previous seasons 4, won 46, lost 61 

1970 OVERALL RECORD: 14-13 

1970 CONFERENCE RECORD: 6-8 

SERIES RECORD: UNC 86, Wake Forest 37 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 6-1 g Charlie Davis, 6-7 c Gilbert 
McGregor, 6-3 g Bobby Rhoads, 6-4 g-f Neil Pastushok, 
6-1 g John Lewkowicz. 

LETTERMEN LOST: 5-11 g Tom Lynch, 6-3 f Norwood Tod- 
mann, 6-3 f Dickie Walker, 6-7 f Larry Habegger, 6-8 c-f 
Dan Ackley. 

REPLACEMENTS: 6-9 c Pat Kelly, 6-3 g Willie Griffin, 6-1 g 
Eddie Payne, 6-2 g Joe Neal, 6-7 f Terry Provonsha. 

CAPTAIN: To be selected 



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Despite the loss of five lettermen, 
four of whom were starters at one 
time during their varsity careers. 
Coach Jack McCloskey feels that 
the 1970-71 Wake Forest Deacons 
could be improved over a year ago 
when a 14-13 record was com- 
piled. Gone from the 1969-70 
team are guard Tom Lynch and 
forwards Dickie Walker, Norwood 
Todmann, Larry Habegger and 
Dan Ackley. But the Deacons 
have five lettermen returning plus 
several outstanding prospects 
moving up from last year's fresh- 
man team. The top returnee is 
Charlie Davis, the Deacon's 6-1 
All-America candidate who will 
be ending a brilliant career. Last 
season, Davis averaged 25.5 points 
during 26 games and has now 
scored 1,280 points during his 
career for a 24.2 average. But 
there are several other pluses for 
the Deacons. Gil McGregor, a 6-7 
center, will return for his third 
season. Last year, McGregor 
averaged 10.6 rebounds in addi- 
tion to ranking third on the team 
in scoring with a 12.5 average. 




Jack McCloskey 




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Univ. of Maryland I N. C. State Univ. 



Saturday, January 30 at Chapel Hill 
Wednesday. February 17 at College Park, Md. 

LOCATION: College Park, Maryland 

NICKNAME: Terrapins or Terps 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast Conference 

COLORS: Red and White, Black and Gold 

1970 ENROLLMENT: 33,000, 26,000 Undergraduates 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: Jim Kehoe 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: Jack Zane 

HOME COURT: Cole Field House (12,003 permanent seats) 

HEAD COACH: Charles G. "Lefty" Driesell (Duke '54) 

HIS RECORD: Previous seasons 1, won 13, lost 13 

1970 OVERALL RECORD: 13-13 

1970 CONFERENCE RECORD: 5-9 

SERIES RECORD: UNC 53, Maryland 28 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 6-5 f Sparky Still, 6-5 f Charlie 
Blank, 6-3 g-f Jay Flowers, 6-0 g Steve Kebeck. 

LETTERMEN LOST: Will Hetzel, Mickey Wiles, Tom Milroy, 
and Rod Horst. 

REPLACEMENTS: 6-7 f Barry Yates, 6-7 g-f Jim O'Brien, 6-1 
g Howard White, 6-4 g Bob Bodell, 6-5 f Darrell Brown. 

CAPTAIN: Barry Yates 




Lefty Driesell 




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Although the graduation of Het- 
zel and Horst will hurt the Terps 
up front, replacements Barry 
Yates and Jim O'Brien should 
take up the slack. Yates, an All- 
Navy and Olympic alternate in 
1968, was redshirted last year. He 
has an outstanding hook shot and 
battles well under the boards. 
O'Brien paced the Terp's frosh 
squad with a 30. 1 mark for 16 
games. 



Barry Yates 



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Monday, February 8 at Raleigh 
Wednesday, March 3 at Chapel Hill 

LOCATION: Raleigh, N. C. 

NICKNAME: Wolfpack 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 

COLORS: Red and White 

1970 ENROLLMENT: 13,200 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: Willis R. Casey 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: Frank Weedon 

HOME COURT: William Neal Reynolds Coliseum (11,400) 

HEAD COACH: Norman Sloan (N. C. State '51) 

HIS RECORD: Previous seasons 4, won 61, lost 46 

1970 OVERALL RECORD: 23-7 

1970 CONFERENCE RECORD: 9-5 

TEAM HONORS: 1970 ACC Champions; 3rd Place, NCAA 
Eastern Regionals; Lafayette Classic Champions 

SERIES RECORD: UNC 76, N. C. State 43 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 6-9 c Paul Coder, 6-5 g Ed Left- 
wich, 5-11 g Joe Dunning, 6-1 g Al Heartley, 6-8 c Renaldo 
Lovisa, 6-2 g Jim Risinger, 6-7 f Doug Tilley, 6-6 f Dan 
Wells. 

LETTERMEN LOST: 6-6 f Vann Williford, 6-6 f Rick Anheuser. 

REPLACEMENTS: 6-2 g Bill Benson, 6-7 f Bob Heuts, 6-6 f 
Rick Holdt 




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The valuable contributions of 
Vann Williford and Rick Anheus- 
er will be missing, but more ex- 
perienced will be Paul Coder and 
Ed Leftwich, who will lead N. C. 
State. Sixth man Dan Wells moves 
up to a starter's role, along with 
guard Joe Dunning, who finished 
strong, and soph forward Rick 
Holdt, a promising scorer and re- 
bounder. The Wolf pack's speed 
and defense are expected to be 
the same, with an improvement in 
rebounding, but a clear leader 
must emerge. 




Ed Leftwich 



Georgia Tech 

Friday, February 12 at Charlotte 

LOCATION: Atlanta, Ga. 

NICKNAME: Yellow Jackets 

CONFERENCE: Independent 

COLORS: Old Gold and White 

1970 ENROLLMENT: 8,000 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: Bobby Dodd 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: Ned West 

HOME COURT: Alexander Memorial Coliseum (6,966) 

HEAD COACH: Whack Hyder (Georgia Tech '37) 

HIS RECORD: Previous seasons, 19, won 256, lost 224 

1970 OVERALL RECORD: 17-10 

TEAM HONORS: NIT 

SERIES RECORD: UNC 4, Georgia Tech 2 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 6-9% C Rich Yunkus, 6-2 g Jim 
Thome, 6-4 f Howard Thompson, 6-0 g John Hoggle, 
5-11 g Tommy Taylor, 6-7 f Tommy Wilson. 

LETTERMEN LOST: 6-7 f Bob Seemer, 6-4 f Bill Mayer, 6-1 
g John Veryzer, 6-7 f Rich Wright. 

REPLACEMENTS: 6-2 f-g Peanut Murphy 

CAPTAIN: Game Captains 




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John Hyder 




The greatest center in Georgia 
Tech history returns to lead the 
Yellow Jackets this year. Rich 
Yunkus, a 6-9 'A senior Ail- 
American, formed the nucleus of 
last year's Tech squad which 
appeared in the NIT. A deadly 
shooter and excellent rebounder, 
Yunkus finished sixth in the na- 
tion among scorers last season 
with a 30. 1 average, hitting 58.8 
per cent of his shots. Jim Thome, 
a 6-2 guard adept at getting the 
ball to Yunkus, also returns from 
last year's squad. Thome averaged 
10.3 points per game in addition 
to setting the school record for 
assists. Three lettermen will pro- 
bably fill the remaining starting 
positions. Tommy Wilson, a 6-7 
forward, John Hoggle, a 6-0 
guard, and 6-4 forward Howard 
Thompson give the Yellow Jack- 
ets key experience. Sophomore 
Peanut Murphy, who averaged 
over 15 points per game for last 
year's freshman, will see consider- 
able action, either as a forward or 
guard. 



Rich Yunkus 



Florida State 

Monday, February 22 at Chapel Hill 

LOCATION: Tallahassee, Fla. 

NICKNAME: Seminoles 

CONFERENCE: Independent 

COLORS: Garent and Gold 

1970 ENROLLMENT: 17,500 

DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS: Vaughn Mancha 

PUBLICITY DIRECTOR: Lonnie Burt 

HOME COURT: Tully Gym (4,500) 

HEAD COACH: Hugh Durham (Florida State '59) 

HIS RECORD: Previous seasons 4, won 71, lost 30 

1970 OVERALL RECORD: 23-3 

TEAM HONORS: Top FG % shooter in nation— Willie Williams 
.636; 11th in AP Poll; Top team in rebounding with 55.8 
average. 

SERIES RECORD: UNC 5, Florida State 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 6-3 g Skip Young; 6-4 f Vernell 
Ellzy; 6-4 f Ron Harris; 6-6 f Rowland Garrett; 6-3 f John 
Burt; 6-0 g Roy Glover; 6-9 c Dave Macomber. 

LETTERMEN LOST: 6-9 c Dave Cowens; 6-7 f Willie Williams; 
6-2 g Ken Macklin; 6-0 g Randy Cable; 6-6 f Jan Gies. 

REPLACEMENTS: 6-10 c Reggie Royals; 6-4 f Ron King; 6-6 
f Larry Gay; 5-9 g Otto Petty; 6-0 g Charlie Green; 5-8 g 
Greg Samuels. 

CAPTAIN: TBA 



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Florida State lost five lettermen 
from last season's best-ever team 
but that doesn't mean Coach 
Hugh Durham's Seminoles won't 
be tough this season. Gone 
through graduation are Dave 
Cowens and Williams, the Boston 
Celtics' first and third round draft 
picks. Speed and defense will be 
the Seminoles' bywords this 
season. Versatile Skip Young is 
one of the finest guards in the 
country. Ron Harris, Vernell 
Ellzy and Rowland Garrett are 
seasoned forwards. Four up- 
coming sophomores figure to 
help. They are forward Ron King 
(35.7), center Reggie Royals 
(23.3 points and 22.8 rebounds), 
forward Larry Gay (21.9 pts.) and 
guard-play maker Otto Petty. 



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Press, Radio & 
TV Information 

Carolina basketball is big— and so is the press coverage of 
the Tar Heels. Newspaper, radio and television reporters 
across the state keep daily tabs on the progress of Carolina 
teams. 

The Carmichael Auditorium press box always is filled to 
capacity for every home game. The sports writers of the big 
North Carolina dailies get choice seats and always are wel- 
come in Chapel Hill. 

More than 40 radio stations in three states will carry the 
Tar Heel Basketball Network during the coming season. Bill 
Currie, The Mouth of the South, will handle the play-by- 
play. He is the sports director of WSOC-TV in Charlotte. 

Currie also will serve as M.C. throughout the season on 
the Dean Smith Show which will be televised each week on 
stations covering most of the state of North Carolina. 

Working press credentials for Carolina home games can 
be secured by contacting Jack Williams, Sports Information 
Director. Requests are screened with care to insure a work- 
ing press box. Children, wives and pets are not allowed in 
compliance with the working code of The Basketball 
Writers Association of America. 






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Lee Dedmon (35), Dennis Wuycik (44) and Craig 
Corson (43) will be returning veterans on the 
Tar Heel team this year. 



1969 -70 Game Scores 

Record: 18-9; ACC: 9-6 

Florida Southern W 112-47 HOME 8,800* 

Mercer W 100-52 HOME 8,800* 

Kentucky 87-94 L Away 1 1 ,666* 

Florida State W 86-75 Away 8,743* 

Virginia W 80-76 Away 5,200 

Tulane W 96-87 Away 3,450 

Rice W 99-87 Away 4,000 

Harvard W 92-74 Away 5,417 

Bowling Green W 89-72 Away 5,613 

Rice W 98-72 Away 9,177 

South Carolina 52-65 L Away 12,619* 

N. C.State W 78-69 Away 12,400* 

Duke W 86-78 HOME 8,800* 

Clemson W 96-91 Away 7,200 

Wake Forest 90-91 L HOME 8,800* 

Maryland W 77-69 Away 14,200* 

Virginia W 87-72 HOME 8,800* 

Wake Forest 85-88 L Away 8,200* 

N. C. State W 88-86 HOME 8,800* 

Clemson W 110-66 Away 11,101 

Georgia Tech 95-104 L Away 11,410 

Maryland W 90-83 HOME 8,800* 

South Carolina 62-79 L HOME 8,800* 

Virginia Tech W 98-70 HOME 8,800* 

Duke 83-91 L Away 8,800* 

Virginia 93-95 L Away 1 1,666* 

Manhattan 90-95 L Away 9,553 

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Tar Heel Basketball Honor Roll 



CARTWRIGHT CARMICHAEL: All-America, 1923, 1924; All-South- 
ern, 1922-1924. 

JACK (SPRATT) COBB: All-America, 1924, 1925, 1926; Helms 
Player of Year, 1926; Helms Hall of Fame; All-Southern, 1924, 
1925, 1926. 

BILL DODDERER: All-Southern, 1924, 1925, 1926. 

A. MORRIS (MONK) McDONALD: All-Southern, 1922, 1924. 

ARTHUR NEWCOMBE: All-Southern Conference, 1926. 

VIRGIL WEATHERS: All-Southern Conference, 1932. 

TOM ALEXANDER: All-Southern Conference, 1932. 

GEORGE GLAMACK: All-America, 1940, 1941; Helms Player of 
the Year, 1941; Helms All-Time Team; Helms Hall of Fame; 
All-Southern Conference, 1940, 1941. 

JIM JORDAN: All-America, 1945; All-Southern Conference, 1945; 
Conference Most Valuable, 1945. 

JOHN (HOOK) DILLON: All-America, 1946. 

JIM McCACHREN: All-Southern Conference, 1934, 1935, 1936. 

STEWART (SNOOKS) AITKEN: All-Southern Conference, 1935. 

IVAN (JACK) GLACE: All-Southern Conference, 1935. 

EARL RUTH: All-Southern Conference, 1937. 

BOB ROSE: All-Southern Conference, 1941. 

BERNIE MOCK: All-Southern Conference, 1944. 

BOYCE BOX: All-Southern Conference, 1944. 

MANNY ALVAREZ: All-Southern Conference, 1945. 

JIM WHITE: All-Southern Conference, 1947. 

BOB PAXTON: All-Southern Conference, 1947, 1948. 

HUGO KAPPLER: All-Southern Conference, 1949. 

COY CARSON: All-Southern Conference, 1949. 

SKIPPY WINSTEAD: All-Southern Conference Tournament, 1954 

LENNIE ROSENBLUTH: Helms Player of the Year 1957, All- 
America, 1957, All-Atlantic Coast Conference 1955, 1956, 1957, 
All Dixie Classic 1955, 1956, 1957, All-Atlantic Coast Confer- 
ence Tournament 1956, 1957, All-NCAA Tournament 1957. 

PETE BRENNAN: All-America 1958, All-Atlantic Coast Confer- 
ence 1958, All-Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament 1957, 

1958, All-Dixie Classic 1957, All-Kentucky Invitational Tour- 
nament 1957, Most Outstanding Player, Dixie Classic 1958. 

TOMMY KEARNS: All-Atlantic Coast Conference 1957, 1958. 

LEE SHAFFER: Look All-America (U. S. Basketball Writers As- 
sociation) 1960, ACC Player of Year, 1960, All-Atlantic Coast 
Conference 1959, 1960. All-Kentucky Invitational Tournament 

1959, and All-Dixie Classic 1958, 1959, All-Atlantic Coast 
Conference Tournament 1959, 1960. 

DICK KEPLEY: Blue Grass All-Tournament 1958. 



YORK LARESE: Look All-District (U. S. Basketball Writers As- 
sociation) 1961, All-Atlantic Coast Conference 1959, 1960, 
1961. All-Dixie Classic 1959, 1960, AII-ACC Tournament 1960, 
All-Kentucky Invitational Tournament, 1959. 

DOUG MOE: Look All-America (U. S. Basketball Writers Asso- 
ciation) 1961, All-Atlantic Coast Conference, 1959, 1961, Dixie 
Classic MVP 1960. 

LARRY BROWN: All-Atlantic Coast Conference, 1963. 

BILLY CUNNINGHAM: Look All-America (U. S. Basketball Writ- 
ers Association) 1964, All-District 3-D (U. S. Basketball 
Writers Association) 1963, All-Atlantic Coast Conference 1963, 
1964 (unanimous choice both years), AII-ACC Tournament 
1963, 1964, Most Valuable Player, ACC, 1965, Helms All- 
America, 1965. 

BOB LEWIS: Helms Foundation All-America, 1966, 1967 AP All- 
America (2nd Team) 1966; All ACC Tourney Team, 1967; All- 
Atlantic Coast Conference 1966, 1967; NCAA Eastern 
Regional MVP 1967; Tampa Invitational CO-MVP, 1967. 

LARRY MILLER: Associated Press All-America, 1968; Look All- 
America, 1967, 1968; Helms Foundation All-America, 1967, 
1968; Numerous other All-America selections, 1967 and 1968; 
ACC Athlete of Year, 1967-68; ACC All-Conference Team, 
1967, 1968; ACC All-Tournament Team, 1967, 1968; ACC 
Tournament MVP, 1967, 1968; ACC Basketball Player of Year, 
1967, 1968; Eastern Regional All-Tournament Team, 1967, 
1968; NCAA All-Tournament Team, 1968; Patterson Medal 
winner as top all-around athlete at Carolina, 1967-68; MVP, 
Tampa Invitational, 1967; MVP, Far West Classic, 1967. 

RUSTY CLARK: NCAA All-Eastern Regional MVP, 1968; NCAA 
All-Eastern Regional Team, 1967; All-NCAA Finals, second 
team, 1967. 

DICK GRUBAR: ACC All-Tournament, 1968 

BILL BUNTING: All-Atlantic Coast Conference, 1969; Holiday 
Festival All-Tournament, 1968; Eastern Regional All-Tourna- 
ment, 1969. 

CHARLIE SCOTT: Look All-America, 1969, 1970; Coaches All- 
America, 1969, 1970; Pro Coaches All-America, 1970; Helms 
All-America, 1969, 1970; The Basketball News All-America, 
1969, 1970; Converse All-America, 1969, 1970; Associated 
Press All-America (second team), 1970; United Press All- 
America (second team), 1970; NCAA Finals All-Tournament, 
1969; Eastern Regional Most Valuable Player, 1969; ACC 
Tournament Most Valuable Player, 1969; Eastern Regional 
All-Tournament, 1968, 1969; Holiday Festival All-Tournament, 
1968; Atlantic Coast Conference Athlete of the Year, 1970; 
Patterson Medal Winner as top athlete at Carolina, 1970; 
All-Atlantic Coast Conference, 1968, 1969, 1970; Atlantic 
Coast Conference All-Tournament, 1968, 1969; All NCAA 
finals (second team), 1968; Far West Classic All-Tournament, 
1967; U. S. Olympic team champions at Mexico City, 1968. 



Foy Roberson, Jr. Award UNC's Top Ten Scorers 



The Foy Roberson, Jr., Memorial Medal is awarded each 
year by the late Dr. Foy Roberson and Mrs. Roberson in mem- 
ory of their son, Foy, Jr., Class of 1940, varsity basketball 1938-39- 
40. He was a Second Lieutenant of the Army Air Corps and was 
killed in a collision at sea on December 21, 1941. 

The Medal goes to the player chosen as having made the 
chief contribution to team morale and sportsmanship. 

Past Winners: 



1943 — George McCachren 
1944— Jack Fitch 
1945 — James Jordan 
1946— Robert Paxton 
1947— James D. White 
1948— Taylor Thorne 
1949 — Daniel Nyimicz 
1950 — John Tsantes 
1951— Charles Thorne 
1952— Harold Deasy 
1953— Vince Grimaldi 
1954— Skippy Winstead 
1955— Jerry Vayda 
1956— Jerry Vayda 



1957 — Lennie Rosenbluth 
1958— Tommy Kearns 
1959— Danny Lotz 
1960— Ray Stanley 
1961— Dick Kepley 
1962— Don Walsh 
1963— Peppy Callahan 
1964— Charlie Shaffer 
1965— Ray Respess 
1966 — Jimmy Moore 
1967 — Donnie Moe 
1968— Ralph Fletcher 
1969— Joe Brown 
1970— Jim Delany 



Lennie Rosenbluth 2,045 

Charlie Scott 2,007 

Larry Miller 1,982 

Bob Lewis 1,836 

Billy Cunningham 1,709 

Rusty Clark 1,339 

Pete Brennan 1,332 

Al Lifson (four years) 1,322 

York Larese 1,287 

Jerry Vayda (four years) 1,187 



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Carolina Varsity Student Managers (l-r) Ben Reid, Doug Donald and John Barrett 




26 Cage Championships in 60 Years 



MRS. BETSY TERRELL 
Basketball Office Secretary 





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DIXIE CLASSIC (3) 




CONFERENCE (8) 


1956 




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1958 




1924 


1960 




1925 






1926 


NATIONAL (pre-NCAA) (1) 




1935 
1936 


1924 




1940 
1945 


NCAA REGIONAL: EAST (5) 




1946 




ATLANTIC COAST 


1957 
1967 




CONFERENCE (4) 


1968 




1957 


1969 




1967 






1968 
1969 


NCAA NATIONAL (1) 

1957 


Y 


CAMELLIA BOWL (1) 


TAMPA INVITATIONAL (1) 




1949 


1967 




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CAROLINA CLASSIC (1) 




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1969 



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YEAR BY YEAR 









UNC 


Opp. 






Year 


W 


L 


Pts. 


Pts. 


Coach 


Captain 


1911 


7 


4 


343 


265 


Nat Cartmell 


Marvin Ritch 


1912 


4 


5 


244 


208 


Nat Cartmell 


Junius Smith 


1913 


5 


6 


271 


228 


Nat Cartmell 


Ben Edwards 


1914 


10 


8 


584 


555 


Nat Cartmell 


Meb Long 


1915 


6 


10 


386 


447 


Charles Doak 


Meb Long 


1916 


12 


6 


527 


426 


Charles Doak 


John G. Johnson 


1917 


5 


4 


313 


280 


Howell Peacock 


George Tennent 


1918 


9 


3 


456 


307 


Howell Peacock 


George Tennent 


1919 


9 


7 


542 


458 


Howell Peacock 


Reynolds Cuthberson 


1920 


7 


9 


471 


472 


Fred Boye 


Billy Carmichael 


1921 


11 


8 


652 


471 


Fred Boye 


Carlyle Shepard 


1922 


14 


3 


605 


448 


Fred Boye 


Cart Carmichael 


'923 


14 


7 


575 


357 


Fred Boye 


Monk McDonald 


1924 


23 





845 


448 


Norman Shepard 


Winton Green 


1925 


18 


5 


697 


468 


Monk McDonald 


Jack Cobb 


1926 


20 


5 


937 


569 


Harlan Sanborn 


Bill Dodderer 


1927 


17 


7 


787 


518 


James Ashmore 


Bunn Hackney 


1928 


16 


2 


610 


419 


James Ashmore 


Billy Morris 


1929 


17 


8 


750 


613 


James Ashmore 


Nap Lufty 


1930 


14 


11 


806 


643 


James Ashmore 


Puny Harper 


1931 


15 


9 


707 


505 


James Ashmore 


Artie Marpet 


1932 


16 


5 


678 


517 


George Shepard 


Tom Alexander 


1933 


12 


5 


651 


494 


George Shepard 


Wilmer Hinees 


1934 


18 


4 


730 


528 


George Shepard 


Dave McCachren 


1935 


23 


2 


828 


606 


George Shepard 


Stewart Aiken 


1936 


21 


4 


887 


720 


Walter Skidmore 


Jim McCachren 


1937 


18 


5 


864 


670 


Walter Skidmore 


Earl Ruth 


1938 


16 


5 


828 


670 


Walter Skidmore 


Earl Ruth 


1939 


10 


11 


817 


804 


Walter Skidmore 


Bill McCachren 


1940 


23 


3 


1200 


934 


Bill Lange 


Ben Dilworth 


1941 


19 


9 


1336 


1050 


Bill Lange 


Geo. Glamack. Jim Howard 


1942 


15 


8 


938 


789 


Bill Lange 


Bob Rose 


1943 


12 


10 


894 


834 


Bill Lange 


Geo. Payne, Geo. McCachren 


1944 


17 


10 


1173 


1020 


Bill Lange 


(Game) 


1945 


22 


6 


1483 


993 


Ben Carnevale 


(Game) 


1946 


30 


5 


1970 


1392 


Ben Carnevale 


Lew Hayworth 


1947 


19 


8 


1433 


1250 


Tom Scott 


Jim Hamilton, Jim White 


1948 


20 


7 


1452 


1250 


Tom Scott 


Bob Paxton 


1949 


20 


8 


1605 


1484 


Tom Scott 


Dan Nymicz 


1950 


17 


12 


1652 


1593 


Tom Scott 


Nemo Nearman 


1951 


12 


15 


1767 


1790 


Tom Scott 


Charlie Thorn, Hugo 
Kappler 


1952 


12 


15 


1741 


1794 


Tom Scott 


Howard Deasy 


1953 


17 


10 


2014 


1875 


Frank McGuire 


Vince Grimaldi. Jack 
Wallace 


1954 


11 


10 


1439 


1335 


Frank McGuire 


(Game) 


1955 


10 


11 


1599 


1592 


Frank McGuire 


Paul Likens, Al Lifson 


1956 


18 


5 


1839 


1633 


Frank McGuire 


Jerry Vayda 


1957 


32 


u 


2537 


2098 


Frank McGuire 


Lennie Rosenbluth 


1958 


19 


7 


1867 


1688 


Frank McGuire 


Pete Brennan 


1959 


20 


5 


1797 


1629 


Frank McGuire 


Danny Lotz 


1960 


18 


6 


1754 


1494 


Frank McGuire 


Harvey Salz 


1961 


19 


4 


1765 


1512 


Frank McGuire 


Doug Moe, York Larese. 


1962 


8 


9 


1230 


1235 


Dean Smith 


Jim Hudoek 


1963 


15 


6 


1608 


1487 


Dean Smith 


Larry Brown. Yogi Poteet 


1964 


12 


12 


1861 


1859 


Dean Smith 


Charlie Shaffer, Mike Cooke 


1965 


15 


9 


1914 


1863 


Dean Smith 


Billy Cunningham 


1966 


16 


11 


2184 


2005 


Dean Smith 


Bob Bennett, John Yokley 


1967 


26 


6 


2630 


2277 


Dean Smith 


Bob Lewis, Tom 
Gauntlett 


1968 


28 


4 


2680 


2316 


Dean Smith 


Larry Miller 


1969 


27 


5 


2844 


2421 


Dean Smith 


Five Seniors 


1970 


18 


1) 


2399 


2128 


Dean Smith 


Charlie Scott. Ed Fogler, 
Jim Delany 


60-Yr. 
Totals 954 


513 


72,996 


68,734 







Coach Dean Smith with Forward Lee Dedmon 



UNC Coaches Record 



wm. 



No. Name 



No. 
Years 



Years Won Lost Pet. 



1. Nat Cartmell 1911-1914 

2. Charles Doak 1915-1916 

3. Howell Peacock 1917-1919 

4. Fred Boye 1920-1923 

5. Norman Shepard 1924 

6. Monk McDonald 1925 

7. Harlan Sanborn 1926 

8. James Ashmore 1927-1931 

9. George Shepard 1932-1935 

10. Walter Skidmore 1936-1939 

11. Bill Lange 1940-1944 

12. Ben Carnevale 1945-1946 

13. Tom Scott 1947-1952 

14. Frank McGuire 1953-1961 

15. Dean Smith 1962- 



26 
18 
23 
46 
23 
18 
20 
79 
69 
65 
86 
52 
100 
164 
165 



23 
16 
14 
27 

5 
5 
37 
16 
25 
40 
11 
65 
58 
69 



.531 
.529 
.622 
.630 
1.000 
.783 
.800 
.681 
.812 
.722 
.622 
.828 
.604 
.739 
.705 



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Tar Heel Headquarters 


on the Road 


Date 


Staying at 


Opponent 


Dec. 5 


The Hilton Inn, Williamsburg, Va. 


William & Mary 


Dec. 12 


Red Carpet Inn, Charlotte, N. C. 


Creighton 


Dec. 18-19 


Quality Motel Oaks, Greensboro, N. C. 


Big Four Doubleheader 


Dec. 22 


The Rodeway Inn, Salt Lake City, Utah 


Utah 


Dec. 29-30 


The Hilton Inn, Greensboro, N. C. 


Penn State & Northwestern 


Jan. 2 


Red Carpet Inn, Charlotte, N. C. 


Tulane 


Feb. 12-13 


Red Carpet Inn, Charlotte, N. C. 


Ga. Tech & Clemson 


Feb. 17 


The Statler Hilton, Washington, D. C. 


Maryland 


Feb. 20 


Sheraton-Columbia Inn, Columbia, S. C. 


South Carolina 


Feb. 27 


Mount Vernon Motel, Charlottesville, Va. 


Virginia 



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All-Time Records 

Game-Team 

MOST POINTS SCORED— 127 vs. Richmond, 1966. 

FEWEST POINTS SCORED— 8 vs. N. C. State, 1915. 

MOST OPPONENTS' POINTS SCORED— 107 by Indiana, Wake 

Forest, 1965. 
FEWEST OPPONENTS' POINTS SCORED— 5 by Elon, 1912 and 

by Hampton-Sydney, 1927. 
LARGEST VICTORY MARGIN— 69 vs. Davidson, 1945 (89-20) 
LARGEST DEFEAT MARGIN— 43 vs. Lynchburg Elks, 1915 (63-20). 
LARGEST COMBINED SCORE— 206 vs. Virginia, 1965 (UNC 

105-101). 
MOST FIELD GOALS SCORED— 52 vs. Richmond, 1966. 
MOST FREE THROWS SCORED— 43 vs. N. C. State, 1957. 
MOST PERSONAL FOULS— 38 vs. N. C. State, 1954. 
MOST REBOUNDS— 73 vs. Tulane, 1965. 

Game-Individual 

MOST POINTS SCORED— 49 by Bob Lewis vs. Florida State, 1966. 
MOST FIELD GOALS SCORED— 21 by Billy Cunningham vs. 

Tulane, 1965. 
MOST FREE THROWS SCORED— 21 by York Larese vs. Duke, 

1959. 
MOST REBOUNDS— 30 by Rusty Clark vs. Maryland, 1968. 
MOST FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED— 24 by Lennie Rosenbluth 

vs. Clemson, 1956; by Billy Cunningham vs. Maryland, 1964. 

Season-Team 

MOST VICTORIES— 32 (1957). 

MOST VICTORIES WITHOUT DEFEAT— 32* (1957). 

MOST POINTS SCORED— 2,844 in 1969. 

HIGHEST SCORING AVERAGE— 88.9 in 1969 and 1970. 

HIGHEST OPPONENTS' SCORING AVERAGE— 78.8 in 1970. 

LOWEST OPPONENTS' SCORING AVERAGE— 19.4 in 1924 (G: 23, 

Pts: 448). 
LARGEST AVERAGE MARGIN OVER OPPONENTS— 17.3 in 1924 

(Off. Avg.: 36.7; Def. Avg. 19.4). 
BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE— 51.7 (1966). 
BEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE— .758 in 1960. 
*National Record. 

Season-Individual 

MOST POINTS SCORED— 895 by Lennie Rosenbluth, 1957. 
BEST SCORING AVERAGE— 27.9 by Lennie Rosenbluth, 1957. 
BEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE— 59.8 by Bill Bunting, 1969. 
BEST FREE THROW AVERAGE— .868 by York Larese, I960, (131 

of 151). 
MOST FIELD GOALS— 305 by Lennie Rosenbluth, 1957. 
MOST FREE THROWS— 285 by Lennie Rosenbluth, 1957. 
MOST REBOUNDS— 379 by Billy Cunningham, 1964. 
BEST REBOUND AVERAGE— 16.1 by Billy Cunningham, 1963 

(339 in 21 games). 

Career 

MOST POINTS SCORED— 2045 by Lennie Rosenbluth, 1955-57. 
MOST REBOUNDS— 1062 by Billy Cunningham, 1963-65. 
BEST REBOUNDING AVERAGE — 15.4 by Billy Cunningham, 
1963-65. 

MOST FREE THROWS— 603 by Lennie Rosenbluth, 1955-57. 

MOST FIELD GOALS— 805 by Charlie Scott, 1967-70. 

BEST SCORING AVERAGE— 26.9 by Lennie Rosenbluth, 1955-57. 



Charlie, Scott moved into lead 
with career total of 805 field goals 










ALL-TIME SCORES 



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1911 1970 



m 



1911 (7-4) 

ONC 42 Va. Christian .... 21 

UNC 60 Durham YMCA.... 18 

UNC 31 Wake Forest .... 28 

UNC 16 Wake Forest .... 38 

UNC 27 Davidson 25 

UNC 42 Charlotte YMCA 28 

UNC 40 Tennessee 21 

UNC 15 Tennessee 18 

UNC 16 Virginia 24 

UNC 23 Woodberry Forest 11 

UNC 31 Atl. Christian.... 33 

1912 (4-5) 

UNC 43 Va. Christian .... 17 

UNC 18 Va. Christian .... 29 

UNC 18 Va. Christian .... 20 

UNC 28 Durham YMCA.... 29 

UNC 18 Wake Forest .... 15 

UNC 36 Elon 5 

UNC 35 Wm. & Mary .... 21 

UNC 20 Guilford 35 

UNC 28 V.P.I 37 

1913 (5-6) 

UNC 22 Durham YMCA.... 23 

UNC 21 Wake Forest .... 22 

UNC 19 Wake Forest .... 15 

UNC 42 Davidson 8 

UNC 19 Virginia 30 

UNC 41 Elon 11 

UNC 19 Elon 23 

UNC 21 Guilford 44 

UNC 29 V.P.I 9 

UNC 20 Emory & Henry .. 17 

UNC 18 NX. State 26 

1914 (10-8) 

UNC 37 Durham YMCA.... 24 

UNC 37 Durham YMCA.... 42 

UNC 44 Durham YMCA.... 28 

UNC 28 Wake Forest .... 24 

UNC 30 Wake Forest .... 39 

UNC 29 Wake Forest .... 32 

UNC 43 Charlotte YMCA 32 

UNC 52 Charlotte YMCA 29 

UNC 27 Virginia 67 

UNC 23 Virginia 56 

UNC 25 Woodberry Forest 21 

UNC 15 Elon 21 

UNC 29 Elon 16 

UNC 23 Guilford 22 

UNC 38 Guilford 13 

UNC 29 V.M.I 37 

UNC 41 Staunton M.A 10 

UNC 34 Lynchburg YMCA 42 

1915 (6-10) 

UNC 14 Durham YMCA.... 22 

UNC 25 Durham YMCA.... 44 

UNC 25 Durham YMCA.... 24 

UNC 23 Wake Forest .... 26 

UNC 32 Wake Forest .... 20 

UNC 25 Wake Forest 30 

UNC 29 Virginia 30 

UNC 26 Virginia 43 

UNC 15 Elon 9 

UNC 15 Elon 19 

UNC 45 Guilford 27 

UNC 24 V.M.I 28 

UNC 28 Staunton M.A... 16 

UNC 18 Roanoke 17 

UNC 22 Wash. & Lee .... 29 

UNC 20 Lynchburg Elks .. 63 

1916 (12-6) 

UNC 16 Durham YMCA.... 26 

UNC 18 Durham YMCA.... 14 

UNC 22 Wake Forest .... 27 

UNC 20 Davidson 14 

UNC 31 Davidson 21 

UNC 25 Virginia 29 

UNC 31 Elon 10 

UNC 19 Elon 15 

UNC 51 Guilford 21 

UNC 40 Guilford 26 



UNC 27 V.P.I 44 

UNC 25 V.M.I 23 

UNC 13 Roanoke 45 

UNC 18 Wash. & Lee .... 25 

UNC 51 Statesville A.C... 14 

UNC 34 Statesville A.C... 30 

UNC 39 Maryville 24 

UNC 47 Randolph Macon 18 

1917 (5-4) 

UNC 49 Durham YMCA.... 30 

UNC 31 Davidson 36 

UNC 35 Virginia 24 

UNC 55 Guilford 28 

UNC 31 V.P.I 23 

UNC 22 V.P.I 30 

UNC 33 V.M.I 22 

UNC 34 V.M.I 47 

UNC 23 Wash. & Lee .... 40 

1918 (9-3) 

UNC 60 Durham YMCA.... 13 

UNC 44 Durham YMCA.... 24 

UNC 28 Davidson 22 

UNC 35 Virginia 45 

UNC 29 Elon 25 

UNC 21 Elon 28 

UNC 28 Guilford 24 

UNC 31 Guilford 19 

UNC 63 Emory & Henry.. 21 

UNC 23 Lynchburg A.C... 38 

UNC 36 Georgia 27 

UNC 58 South Carolina.... 21 

1919 (9-7) 

UNC 22 Durham YMCA.... 40 

UNC 21 Durham YMCA.... 25 

UNC 36 Wake Forest .... 17 

UNC 40 Davidson 12 

UNC 51 Charlotte YMCA 46 

UNC 29 Virginia 40 

UNC 21 Virginia 31 

UNC 44 Elon 12 

UNC 47 Guilford 23 

UNC 56 Guilford 23 

UNC 14 V.P.I 37 

UNC 22 V.P.I 28 

UNC 29 NX. State 39 

UNC 42 V.M.I 28 

UNC 31 Wash. & Lee .... 27 

UNC 37 Camp Jackson .. 30 

1920 (7-9) 

UNC 40 Durham YMCA.... 30 

UNC 28 Durham YMCA.... 27 

UNC 30 Durham YMCA.... 34 

UNC 20 Davidson 31 

UNC 23 Davidson 22 

UNC 32 Charlotte YMCA 40 

UNC 26 Virginia 40 

UNC 31 Virginia 37 

UNC 51 Guilford 23 

UNC 21 NX. State 32 

UNC 32 NX. State 12 

UNC 36 Trinity 25 

UNC 18 Trinity 19 

UNC 27 Georgetown 36 

UNC 24 Navy 36 

UNC 32 Catholic Univ 28 

1921 (11-8) 

UNC 44 Durham YMCA.... 25 

UNC 37 Davidson 20 

UNC 28 Virginia 26 

UNC 43 Virginia 12 

UNC 37 Elon 12 

UNC 62 NX. State 10 

UNC 31 NX. State 32 

UNC 23 V.M.I 38 

UNC 29 Wash. & Lee .... 25 

UNC 38 Lynchburg Elks.. 15 

UNC 22 Trinity 25 

UNC 41 Trinity 19 

UNC 55 Trinity 18 

UNC 22 Georgetown 38 

UNC 24 Navy 50 

UNC 26 Army 34 



UNC 22 Rutgers 25 

UNC 30 Yale 32 

UNC 38 South Carolina... 15 

1922 (14-3) 

UNC 41 Wake Forest .... 27 

UNC 32 Wake Forest .... 28 

UNC 29 Virginia 31 

UNC 59 Elon 24 

UNC 30 NX. State 17 

UNC 49 NX. State 19 

UNC 31 V.M.I 26 

UNC 25 Wash. & Lee .... 38 

UNC 44 South Carolina.... 28 

UNC 34 Trinity 22 

UNC 22 Army 52 

UNC 54 Wofford 26 

UNC 35 Howard 22 

UNC 31 Newberry 26 

UNC 20 Alabama 11 

UNC 33 Georgia 25 

UNC 40 Mercer 25 

1923 (14-7)* 

UNC 31 Durham YMCA.... 28 

UNC 50 Durham YMCA.... 21 

UNC 38 Wake Forest .... 26 

UNC 25 Wake Forest .... 23 

UNC 39 Virginia 16 

UNC 39 NX. State 9 

UNC 45 NX. State 26 

UNC 26 V.M.I 20 

UNC 24 Wash. & Lee .... 21 

UNC 20 Trinity 19 

UNC 36 Trinity 32 

UNC 33 Mercer 22 

UNC 50 Lynchburg 31 

UNC 59 Florida 14 

UNC 28 Miss. Coll 21 

UNC 32 Mississippi 34 

* 5 games unavailable. 

1924 (23-0) 

UNC 32 Wake Forest .... 16 

UNC 33 Wake Forest .... 12 

UNC 37 Davidson 27 

UNC 33 Virginia 20 

UNC 60 Elon 13 

UNC 54 Wm. &. Mary .... 16 

UNC 50 Guilford 22 

UNC 44 NX. State 9 

UNC 41 NX. State 24 

UNC 40 V.M.I 25 

UNC 19 Wash. & Lee .... 16 

UNC 26 Wash. & Lee .... 17 

UNC 53 South Carolina.... 19 

UNC 31 Trinity 20 

UNC 23 Trinity 20 

UNC 35 Catholic Univ 22 

UNC 35 Mercer 23 

UNC 36 Lynchburg 26 

UNC 26 Maryland 20 

UNC 26 Alabama 18 

UNC 41 Kentucky 20 

UNC 37 Vanderbilt 20 

UNC 33 Miss. A&M 23 

1925 (18-5) 

UNC 22 Wake Forest .... 18 

UNC 44 Davidson 13 

UNC 26 Virginia 15 

UNC 37 Guilford 10 

UNC 27 NX. State 17 

UNC 27 NX. State 10 

UNC 31 V.M.I 19 

UNC 31 Wash. & Lee .... 15 

UNC 22 Wash. & Lee .... 29 

UNC 27 South Carolina.... 28 

UNC 20 Navy 39 

UNC 26 Lynchburg 12 

UNC 21 Maryland 16 

UNC 25 Duke 21 

UNC 34 Duke 18 

UNC 43 Duke 24 

UNC 22 Harvard 23 

UNC 24 Crescent A.C 32 

UNC 40 Georgia 19 

UNC 43 VPI 13 



UNC 35 LSU 21 

UNC 34 Georgia Tech .... 26 
UNC 36 Tulane 28 

1926 (20-5) 

UNC 42 Durham YMCA.... 35 

UNC 41 Durham YMCA.... 19 

UNC 28 Wake Forest .... 29 

UNC 32 Wake Forest .... 22 

UNC 53 Davidson 18 

UNC 47 Virginia 16 

UNC 40 Elon 25 

UNC 44 Guilford 20 

UNC 31 NX. State 21 

UNC 8 NX. State 17 

UNC 39 V.M.I 22 

UNC 43 Wash. & Lee ... 26 

UNC 30 Navy 31 

UNC 32 Catholic Univ 25 

UNC 41 Wofford 23 

UNC 42 Florida 6 

UNC 22 Maryland 23 

UNC 38 Duke 20 

UNC 44 Duke 21 

UNC 37 Harvard 40 

UNC 50 Clemson 20 

UNC 38 Mississippi 23 

UNC 38 Miss. A&M 23 

UNC 52 Clemson 21 

UNC 25 Virginia 23 

1927 (17-7) 

UNC 37 Durham YMCA.... 16 

UNC 46 Durham YMCA.... 22 

UNC 23 Wake Forest .... 30 

UNC 32 Wake Forest .... 26 

UNC 36 Charlotte YMCA 15 

UNC 42 Virginia 13 

UNC 36 V.P.I 22 

UNC 40 NX. State 20 

UNC 19 NX. State 13 

UNC 33 V.M.I 14 

UNC 33 Georgia 27 

UNC 26 Navy 31 

UNC 20 Maryland 28 

UNC 32 Maryland 23 

UNC 19 Maryland 23 

UNC 40 Duke 33 

UNC 37 Duke 21 

UNC 35 Greensboro YMCA 21 

UNC 28 Salisbury YMCA.. 29 

UNC 64 Hampden-Sydney 5 

UNC 29 Charlotte Monog. 31 

UNC 20 Georgia 23 

UNC 32 Tennessee 17 

UNC 28 Auburn 13 

1928 (16-2) 

UNC 38 Wake Forest .... 22 

UNC 29 Wake Forest .... 17 

UNC 37 Virginia 21 

UNC 26 Virginia 22 

UNC 42 Guilford 23 

UNC 31 NX. State 21 

UNC 31 NX. State 21 

UNC 35 Georgia 29 

UNC 27 Duke 25 

UNC 32 Duke 23 

UNC 45 Salisbury YMCA.. 14 

UNC 33 Charlotte Monog. 30 

UNC 43 Charlotte Monog. 31 

UNC 23 Tulane 21 

UNC 19 Tulane 20 

UNC 38 Tulane 8 

UNC 43 High Point Hawks 21 

UNC 38 LSU 44 

1929 (17-8) 

UNC 42 Wake Forest .... 19 

UNC 34 Wake Forest .... 10 

UNC 34 Davidson 21 

UNC 45 Davidson 7 

UNC 28 Tennessee 26 

UNC 28 Virginia 20 

UNC 40 Virginia 25 

UNC 33 V.P.I 27 

UNC 41 NX. State 32 

UNC 35 NX. State 34 






UNC 32 
UNC 31 


V.M.I 

Georgia 


19 
28 


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UNC 25 


South Carolina.... 


28 


UNC 45 


South Carolina.... 


33 


UNC 28 


Maryland 


22 


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UNC 20 


Duke 


36 


UNC 27 
UNC 20 


Duke 

Butler 


24 
43 


UNC 30 


Ohio State 


43 


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UNC 19 


Louisville 


27 




UNC 26 


Kentucky 


15 




UNC 18 


Atlanta A.C 


34 




UNC 19 


Princeton 


20 




UNC 43 


Miss. A&M 


18 




UNC 17 


Duke 


34 




1930 (14-11) 






UNC 28 


Durham YMCA.... 


27 




UNC 49 


Wake Forest .... 


18 




UNC 37 


Wake Forest .... 


15 


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UNC 20 


Davidson 


22 


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UNC 19 


Davidson 


10 


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UNC 40 


Virginia 


37 


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UNC 49 


Guilford 


20 




UNC 30 


V.P.I 


21 


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UNC 41 


V.P.I 


23 




UNC 27 


NX. State 


25 


$8 §£ '■•' 


UNC 26 


NX. State 


28 


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UNC 24 


Wash. & Lee .... 


39 




UNC 17 


Wash. & Lee .. 


.27 




UNC 43 


Navy 


33 




UNC 33 


Maryland 


36 




UNC 22 


Maryland 


29 


■ 


UNC 14 


Duke 


36 


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UNC 36 


Duke 


37 


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UNC 41 
UNC 88 


Greensboro YMCA 
Greensboro YMCA 


10 
25 


■ ■ ■- vSI 


UNC 23 


Charlotte Monog. 


19 


UNC 29 


Raleigh YMCA... 


42 


UNC 28 


High Pt. YMCA 


12 


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UNC 25 


Loyola (Chic.)... 


26 


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UNC 17 


Georgia 


26 


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1931 (15-9)* 






UNC 31 


Durham YMCA... 


14 




UNC 30 


Wake Forest ... 


13 




UNC 45 


Wake Forest ... 


25 




UNC 28 


Davidson 


30 


SSiJwl - ' 


UNC 28 


Virginia 


24 




UNC 33 


Guilford 


13 


^8h8e 


UNC 28 


V.P.I 


31 


UNC 30 


V.P.I 


24 




UNC 22 


NX. State 


14 


■H ■ 


UNC 20 


NX. State 


23 




UNC 43 


V.M.I 


13 




UNC 30 


V.M.I 


21 
39 




UNC 31 


Wash. & Lee .... 




UNC 34 


Randolph 








Macon Acad 


13 




UNC 38 


South Carolina 


8 




UNC 31 


Maryland 


33 


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UNC 18 


Duke 


30 


Hf-v 


UNC 23 


Duke 


34 




UNC 46 


Raleigh YMCA... 


12 


My' .!"■<;/■ 


UNC 23 


Furman 


16 


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UNC 23 


Vanderbilt 


20 




UNC 18 


Maryland 


19 


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1932 (16-5) 




' '. 


UNC 32 


Wake Forest ... 


17 




UNC 34 


Wake Forest ... 


24 




UNC 45 


Davidson 


29 




UNC 32 


Davidson 


28 




UNC 26 


Virginia 


24 




UNC 49 


Guilford 


23 




UNC 38 


V.P.I 


26 




UNC 31 


V.P.I 


20 




UNC 18 


NX. State 


19 




UNC 17 


NX. State 


36 




UNC 27 


Wash. & Lee .... 


19 




UNC 25 


Maryland 


26 




UNC 32 


Maryland 


26 




UNC 37 


Duke 


20 


■ v '■■'.• ■" 


UNC 18 


Duke 


24 


^VvaeSS 


UNC 27 


Raleigh YMCA.... 


14 

49 








UNC 37 Furman 17 

UNC 24 Georgia 26 

UNC 43 Kentucky 42 

UNC 35 Tennessee 25 

UNC 51 Auburn 32 

1933 (12-5) 

UNC 36 Wake Forest .... 33 
UNC 38 Wake Forest .... 26 

UNC 56 Davidson 18 

UNC 39 Davidson 26 

UNC 66 Guilford 9 

UNC 58 V.P.I 26 

UNC 32 N.C. State 23 

UNC 35 N.C. State 28 

UNC 36 V.M.I 17 

UNC 32 V.M.I 29 

UNC 34 Wash. & Lee .... 23 

UNC 40 Navy 66 

UNC 29 Maryland 42 

UNC 32 Duke 36 

UNC 24 Duke 31 

UNC 32 VPI 27 

UNC 32 South Carolina 34 

1934 (18-4) 

UNC 41 Wake Forest .... 21 

UNC 41 Wake Forest .... 24 

UNC 38 Davidson 23 

UNC 39 Davidson 25 

UNC 44 Virginia 35 

UNC 24 Virginia 23 

UNC 31 V.P.I 14 

UNC 42 V.P.I 21 

UNC 30 N.C. State 34 

UNC 45 N.C. State 24 

UNC 38 V.M.I 18 

UNC 37 V.M.I 11 

UNC 34 Wash. & Lee .... 24 

UNC 30 South Carolina.... 45 

UNC 24 Navy 26 

UNC 28 Maryland 24 

UNC 25 Duke 21 

UNC 30 Duke 25 

UNC 38 Clemson 26 

UNC 26 Viscose Club .... 25 

UNC 27 Virginia 18 

UNC 18 Duke 21 

1935 (23-2) 

UNC 31 Wake Forest .... 11 
UNC 32 Wake Forest .... 21 

UNC 36 Davidson 26 

UNC 38 Davidson 26 

UNC 36 Virginia 20 

UNC 34 Elon 21 

UNC 29 V.P.I 9 

UNC 29 V.P.I 13 

UNC 33 N.C. State 27 

UNC 37 N.C. State 35 

UNC 24 V.M.I 19 

UNC 33 V.M.I 20 

UNC 36 Wash. & Lee .... 34 
UNC 32 South Carolina.... 31 
UNC 42 South Carolina.... 17 

UNC 30 Navy 19 

UNC 19 Army 29 

UNC 39 Maryland 31 

UNC 27 Duke 33 

UNC 24 Duke 20 

UNC 38 Crescent A.C 32 

UNC 38 N.Y.A.C 32 

UNC 46 South Carolina 25 

UNC 30 N.C. State 28 

UNC 35 W&L 27 

1936 (21-4) 

UNC 26 Wake Forest .... 19 
UNC 32 Wake Forest .... 23 

UNC 45 Davidson 27 

UNC 31 Davidson 16 

UNC 38 Virginia 25 

UNC 30 Virginia 33 

UNC 40 V.P.I 21 

UNC 34 V.P.I 26 

UNC 37 N.C. State 35 

UNC 31 N.C. State 29 

UNC 43 V.M.I 21 

UNC 3S V M.I 31 

UNC 25 Wash. & Lee .... 28 
UNC 38 South Carolina.... 18 
UNC 43 South Carolina.... 41 

UNC 39 Navy 25 

UNC 44 Maryland 32 

UNC 34 Duke 36 

UNC 30 Duke 28 

UNC 24 Clemson 23 

UNC 35 Clemson 34 



UNC 33 N.Y.U 55 

UNC 39 Virginia 21 

UNC 31 N.C. State 28 

UNC 50 W&L 45 

1937 (18-5) 

UNC 23 Wake Forest .... 24 

UNC 31 Wake Forest .... 30 

UNC 37 Wake Forest .... 35 

UNC 33 Davidson 35 

UNC 34 Davidson 20 

UNC 33 Virginia 15 

UNC 45 Virginia 22 

UNC 38 V.P.I 26 

UNC 41 V.P.I 25 

UNC 41 N.C. State 35 

UNC 34 N.C. State 31 

UNC 56 V.M.I 29 

UNC 44 V.M.I 32 

UNC 19 Wash. & Lee .... 29 

UNC 33 Wash. & Lee .... 44 

UNC 41 Maryland 24 

UNC 44 Maryland 35 

UNC 41 Duke 35 

UNC 37 Duke 32 

UNC 34 Duke 30 

UNC 30 N.Y.U 37 

UNC 59 Leaksville YMCA 12 

UNC 36 St. Joseph's 34 

1938 (16-5) 

UNC 31 Wake Forest .... 26 

UNC 34 Wake Forest .... 44 

UNC 37 Davidson 35 

UNC 41 Davidson 30 

UNC 47 Atl. Chris 20 

UNC 60 Guilford 16 

UNC 38 V.P.I 32 

UNC 39 N.C. State 31 

UNC 41 N.C. State 32 

UNC 31 V.M.I 17 

UNC 48 V.M.I 22 

UNC 34 Wash. &. Lee .... 31 

UNC 42 Wash. & Lee ....39 

UNC 43 Maryland 24 

UNC 34 Duke 24 

UNC 33 Duke 39 

UNC 44 Clemson 34 

UNC 32 Princeton 53 

UNC 57 N.Y.U 39 

UNC 29 St. Joseph's 34 

UNC 33 W&L 48 

1939 (10-11) 

UNC 37 Wake Forest .... 57 

UNC 56 Wake Forest .... 54 

UNC 39 Davidson 46 

UNC 35 Davidson 28 

UNC 29 Virginia 37 

UNC 48 Virginia 37 

UNC 59 Atl. Chris 17 

UNC 35 V.P.I 36 

UNC 22 N.C. State 35 

UNC 40 N.C. State 25 

UNC 35 V.M.I 28 

UNC 43 V.M.I 41 

UNC 46 Wash. & Lee .... 39 

UNC 38 Navy 46 

UNC 32 Maryland 34 

UNC 41 Maryland 66 

UNC 37 Duke 32 

UNC 38 Duke 41 

UNC 43 Clemson 44 

UNC 20 Princeton 30 

UNC 44 Catawba 31 

1940 (23-3) 

UNC 54 Wake Forest .... 51 
UNC 36 Wake Forest .... 42 

UNC 55 Davidson 47 

UNC 41 Davidson 28 

UNC 25 Virginia 44 

UNC 49 Atl. Chris 32 

UNC 46 V.P.I 25 

UNC 52 N.C. State 41 

UNC 60 N.C. State 36 

UNC 53 V.M.I 24 

UNC 44 Navy 40 

UNC 44 Duke 50 

UNC 39 Clemson 31 

UNC 47 Clemson 30 

UNC 29 Catawba 25 

UNC 49 Atl. White Flash 42 
UNC 43 Lynn A-S, Ral... 32 
UNC 70 Eatman-Smith .. 28 
UNC 42 McCrary Eagles.. 38 
UNC 45 McCrary Eagles .. 37 
UNC 58 Appalachian 49 



UNC 66 Citadel 36 

UNC 31 Duke 27 

UNC 50 Clemson 41 

UNC 39 Duke 23 

UNC 43 Wake Forest .... 35 

1941 (19-9) 

UNC 61 Wake Forest .... 45 

UNC 43 Wake Forest .... 40 

UNC 38 Davidson 30 

UNC 39 Davidson 30 

UNC 51 Guilford 26 

UNC 60 V.P.I 35 

UNC 47 N.C. State 26 

UNC 60 N.C. State 30 

UNC 56 V.M.I 30 

UNC 43 Wash. & Lee .... 39 

UNC 65 Wash. & Lee .... 32 

UNC 34 Navy 42 

UNC 55 Maryland 36 

UNC 44 Maryland 29 

UNC 51 Duke 33 

UNC 33 Duke 35 

UNC 76 Clemson 53 

UNC 48 Greensboro YMCA 32 

UNC 49 N.Y.U 53 

UNC 41 St. Joseph's 42 

UNC 46 McCrary Eagles.. 35 

UNC 32 Hanes Hosiery .. 33 

UNC 45 Hanes Hosiery .. 40 

UNC 62 Lehigh 58 

UNC 41 Fordham 42 

UNC 20 Pittsburgh 26 

UNC 59 Dartmouth 60 

UNC 37 Duke 38 

1942 (15-8) 

UNC 51 Wake Forest .... 30 

UNC 20 Wake Forest .... 36 

UNC 37 Davidson 22 

UNC 45 Davidson 38 

UNC 41 N.C. State 28 

UNC 30 N.C. State 32 

UNC 49 V.M.I 28 

UNC 62 Wash. & Lee .... 26 

UNC 36 Navy 42 

UNC 34 Maryland 30 

UNC 40 Duke 52 

UNC 40 Duke 41 

UNC 54 Clemson 34 

UNC 35 High Point YMCA 23 

UNC 28 St. Joseph's 33 

UNC 63 Atl. Wh. Flash.. 31 

UNC 43 McCrary Eagles.. 41 

UNC 55 Hanes Hosiery .. 66 

UNC 34 Fordham 25 

UNC 32 Akron Goodyear.. 31 

UNC 47 Richmond 30 

UNC 36 South Carolina.... 38 

UNC 26 Wake Forest .... 32 

1943 (12-10) 

UNC 49 Wake Forest .... 37 

UNC 32 Wake Forest .... 31 

UNC 41 Davidson 57 

UNC 50 Davidson 27 

UNC 42 Charlotte YMCA 25 

UNC 45 Virginia 50 

UNC 38 V.P.I 35 

UNC 36 N.C. State 47 

UNC 45 N.C State 36 

UNC 37 V.M.I 35 

UNC 28 Wash. & Lee .... 35 

UNC 50 South Carolina.... 27 

UNC 40 Maryland 47 

UNC 31 Maryland 40 

UNC 39 Duke 51 

UNC 24 Duke 43 

UNC 52 Clemson 32 

UNC 35 McCrary Eagles.. 34 

UNC 51 Richmond 53 

UNC 40 Ft. Bragg R.C... 28 

UNC 56 High Point 27 

UNC 33 Geo. Washington 34 

1944 (17-10) 

UNC 43 Davidson 37 

UNC 43 Davidson 40 

UNC 36 Virginia 39 

UNC 42 V.P.I 29 

UNC 52 N.C. State 24 

UNC 42 N.C. State 27 

UNC 50 V.M.I 22 

UNC 37 Duke 33 

UNC 40 Duke 41 

UNC 39 Duke 30 

UNC 74 Catawba 37 



UNC 49 Richmond 45 

UNC 44 Ft. Bragg R.C... 52 

UNC 25 Ft. Bragg R.C... 41 

UNC 46 12th RD 

C. Butner 35 

UNC 47 Columbia AB .... 35 

UNC 34 Cherry Pt. MAB 41 

UNC 35 Milligan 42 

UNC 53 Ft. Jackson 57 

UNC 48 Seymour Johnson 42 

UNC 41 Florence A.B. .. 19 

UNC 42 Richmond A.B. .. 35 

UNC 40 Basic Tr. No. 10 53 

UNC 43 Norfolk NTS .... 56 

UNC 39 VPI 24 

UNC 27 Duke 43 

UNC 62 Richmond 41 

1945 (22-6) 

UNC 65 Wake Forest .... 29 

UNC 65 Wake Forest ....40 

UNC 47 Davidson 32 

UNC 89 Davidson 20 

UNC 42 Virginia 35 

UNC 80 Wm. & Mary .... 46 

UNC 55 V.P.I 30 

UNC 60 V.P.I 28 

UNC 61 N.C. State 46 

UNC 43 N.C. State 35 

UNC 27 South Carolina.... 38 

UNC 40 South Carolina.... 41 

UNC 53 Maryland 28 

UNC 41 Duke 50 

UNC 50 Duke 38 

UNC 67 Catawba 35 

UNC 64 Catawba 30 

UNC 34 Ft. Bragg R.C... 44 

UNC 75 High Point 18 

UNC 76 High Point 25 

UNC 44 Ft. Bragg P.C... 20 

UNC 43 Camp Butner .... 41 

UNC 51 Morris Field .... 29 

UNC 22 Norfolk N.A.S... 59 

UNC 46 Norfolk N.A.S... 65 

UNC 49 Duke 38 

UNC 39 South Carolina 26 

UNC 55 N.C. State 28 

1946 (30-5) 

UNC 70 Wake Forest .... 47 

UNC 61 Wake Forest .... 32 

UNC 63 Davidson 31 

UNC 58 Davidson 30 

UNC 44 Virginia 32 

UNC 48 V.P.I 40 

UNC 63 V.P.I 42 

UNC 71 N.C. State 34 

UNC 55 N.C. State 44 

UNC 56 South Carolina.... 32 

UNC 52 South Carolina.... 31 

UNC 51 Navy 49 

UNC 63 Maryland 27 

UNC 33 Maryland 31 

UNC 46 Duke 51 

UNC 54 Duke 44 

UNC 60 Ohio State 57 

UNC 43 N.Y.U 41 

UNC 57 N.Y.U 49 

UNC 47 St. Joseph's 36 

UNC 65 Catawba 32 

UNC 64 Catawba 38 

UNC 57 Ft. Bragg R.C... 16 

UNC 65 High Point 34 

UNC 57 High Point 16 

UNC 55 Camp Lee 40 

UNC 50 Camp Lee 49 

UNC 64 Camp Pickett .... 46 

UNC 63 Greensboro ORD 64 

UNC 74 Greensboro ORD 39 

UNC 65 Ft. Bragg AOC. 33 

UNC 46 Little Creek AB 60 

UNC 40 Oklahoma A&M.. 43 

UNC 54 Maryland 27 

UNC 29 Wake Forest .... 31 

1947 (19-8) 

UNC 70 Wake Forest .... 49 
UNC 54 Wake Forest .... 46 

UNC 55 Davidson 46 

UNC 45 Davidson 38 

UNC 63 Virginia 38 

UNC 57 V.P.I 51 

UNC 46 N.C. State 48 

UNC 50 South Carolina.... 49 
UNC 53 South Carolina.... 47 

UNC 35 Navy 39 

UNC 58 Maryland 42 

UNC 57 Maryland 61 



UNC 49 Duke 28 

UNC 57 Duke 47 

UNC 50 N.Y.U 48 

UNC 47 N.Y.U 60 

UNC 48 Catawba 33 

UNC 47 Hanes Hosiery.... 46 

UNC 44 High Point 41 

UNC 63 Cherry Point .... 29 

UNC 51 Northwestern .... 65 

UNC 62 LaSalle 65 

UNC 53 DePaul 60 

UNC 58 Georgia Tech .... 48 

UNC 55 South Carolina 43 

UNC 48 N.C. State 50 

UNC £5 Richmond 43 

1948 (20-7) 

UNC 56 Wake Forest .... 35 

UNC 47 Wake Forest .... 53 

UNC 52 Davidson 46 

UNC 52 Davidson 46 

UNC 52 Tennessee 43 

UNC 74 Elon 22 

UNC 63 Wm. & Mary .... 61 

UNC 51 Guilford 30 

UNC 39 V.P.I 31 

UNC 68 V.P.I 35 

UNC 42 N.C. State 81 

UNC 45 N.C. State 69 

UNC 60 Wash. & Lee .... 36 

UNC 63 South Carolina.... 44 

UNC 70 Maryland 46 

UNC 51 Maryland 47 

UNC 48 Duke 42 

UNC 45 Duke 56 

UNC 34 N.Y.U 63 

UNC 51 Catawba 32 

UNC 59 Hanes Hosiery .. 43 

UNC 54 High Point 36 

UNC 64 Loyola (Bait.).... 47 

UNC 51 Temple 61 

UNC 52 Pennsylvania 46 

UNC 61 VPI 40 

UNC 50 N.C. State 55 

1949 (20-8) 

UNC 55 Wake Forest .... 50 

UNC 69 Wake Forest 54 

UNC 37 Davidson 47 

UNC 53 Davidson 52 

UNC 56 Tennessee 84 

UNC 66 Elon 32 

UNC 69 Wm. & Mary .... 61 

UNC 52 Guilford 32 

UNC 56 V.P.I 48 

UNC 78 V.P.I 59 

UNC 36 N.C. State 67 

UNC 39 N.C. State 79 

UNC 69 Wash. & Lee .... 52 

UNC 62 South Carolina.... 48 

UNC 55 Maryland 47 

UNC 66 Maryland 52 

UNC 64 Duke 34 

UNC 64 Duke 40 

UNC 61 Furman 44 

UNC 48 N.Y.U 74 

UNC 57 Catawba 47 

UNC 64 Hanes Hosiery .. 60 

UNC 41 Geo. Washington 64 

UNC 41 Geo. Washington 53 

UNC 68 Lenoir Rhyne .... 51 

UNC 60 Arizona 49 

UNC 79 Maryland 61 

UNC 40 N.C. State 43 

1950 (17-12) 

UNC 57 Elon 39 

UNC 58 Richmond 50 

UNC 48 Virginia Tech .. 62 

UNC 78 Lenoir-Rhyne .. 79 

UNC 44 Geo. Washington 54 

UNC 50 W. Virginia .... 58 

UNC 59 Duke 55 

UNC 60 Rhode Island St. 65 

UNC 55 Maryland 53 

UNC 48 Hanes 50 

UNC 69 Maryland 56 

UNC 54 Wake Forest .. 57 

UNC 52 Wm. & Mary .. 46 

UNC 44 N.C. State 70 

UNC 63 Davidson 53 

UNC 44 Kentucky 86 

UNC 55 Miami 53 

UNC 65 Miami 51 

UNC 54 Wake Forest .. 50 

UNC 64 South Carolina.. 42 

UNC 57 N.C. State 61 

UNC 66 Virginia Tech .. 53 



50 



UNC 


67 


Davidson 


54 


UNC 


77 


The Citadel .... 


39 


UNC 


41 


Geo. Washington 


56 


UNC 


59 


Furman 


53 


UNC 


58 


Duke 


55 


UNC 


63 


Duke 


46 


UNC 


43 


Wm. & Mary .. 


50 




1951 (12-15) 




UNC 


84 


McCrary 


57 


UNC 


57 


Elon 


48 


UNC 


75 


Hanes 


56 


UNC 


69 


Richmond 


46 


UNC 


72 


Davidson 


69 


UNC 


62 


E. Kentucky .... 


85 


UNC 


58 


Xavier 


92 


UNC 


49 


Navy 


58 


UNC 


63 


Duke 


71 


UNC 


69 


R. I. State .... 


93 


UNC 


59 


Maryland 


67 


UNC 


60 


N.Y.U 


66 


UNC 


67 


Temple 


70 


UNC 


65 


Wake Forest .... 


56 


UNC 


56 


Davidson 


53 


UNC 


49 


W. Virginia .... 


62 


UNC 


71 


Geo. Washington 


76 


UNC 


55 


Maryland 


56 


UNC 


58 


NX. State 


71 


UNC 


82 


Wake Forest .. 


70 


UNC 


71 


Duke 


68 


UNC 


89 


Furman 


64 


UNC 


66 


Geo. Washington 


60 


UNC 


65 


South Carolina- 


66 


UNC 


71 


Citadel 


58 


UNC 


53 


N.C. State 


68 


UNC 


72 


Duke 


84 




1952 (12-15) 




UNC 


87 


Citadel 


69 


UNC 


100 


Furman 


57 


UNC 


59 


Duke 


77 


UNC 


62 


Richmond 


56 


UNC 


70 


Hanes 


59 


UNC 


66 


Illinois 


86 


UNC 


66 


Bradley 


79 


UNC 


49 


So. Calif 


45 


UNC 


51 


N.C. State 


58 


UNC 


61 


Columbia 


60 


UNC 


51 


Maryland 


47 


UNC 


65 


Clemson 


59 


UNC 


53 


Wake Forest .. 


55 


UNC 


78 


Davidson 


77 


UNC 


51 


Maryland 


71 


UNC 


70 


Temple 


65 


UNC 


53 


N.C. State 


58 


UNC 


46 


Wake Forest .. 


55 


UNC 


66 


Duke 


73 


UNC 


65 


W. Virginia .... 


80 


UNC 


80 


Citadel 


62 


UNC 


68 


Furman 


53 


UNC 


68 


South Carolina.. 


75 


UNC 


69 


Clemson 


77 


UNC 


71 


Davidson 


76 


UNC 


52 


N.C. State 


71 


UNC 


64 


Duke 


94 




1953 (17-10) 




UNC 


70 


Citadel 


50 


UNC 


67 


Wash. & Lee.... 


48 


UNC 


73 


Holy Cross 


85 


UNC 


59 


Maryland 


49 


UNC 


73 


Princeton 


59 


UNC 


62 


Penn 


70 


UNC 


79 


E. Carolina .... 


66 


UNC 


79 


VMI 


62 


UNC 


97 


Wash. & Lee .. 


75 


UNC 


71 


Davidson 


60 


UNC 


97 


VMI 


58 


UNC 


66 


Maryland 


68 


UNC 


72 


Wake Forest . 


68 


UNC 


70 


N.C. State 


69 


UNC 


91 


Clemson 


80 


UNC 


73 


Davidson 


52 


UNC 


80 


Richmond 


6? 


UNC 


82 


Clemson 


55 


UNC 


75 


Richmond 


78 


UNC 


89 


Duke 


95 


UNC 


78 


NYU 


R? 


UNC 


76 


South Carolina. 


72 


UNC 


94 


Citadel 


69 


UNC 


63 


Wake Forest ... 


89 


UNC 


66 


N.C. State 


R7 


UNC 


58 


Duke 


R3 


UNC 


54 


N.C. State 


86 




1954 (11-10) 




UNC 


71 


Wm. & Mary . 


61 


UNC 


82 


South Carolina. 


56 


UNC 


85 


Clemson 


48 



UNC 62 Navy 86 

UNC 63 Seton Hall 73 

UNC 53 Oregon State .. 65 

UNC 83 Citadel 42 

UNC 66 Wake Forest .. 65 

UNC 70 Davidson 54 

UNC 78 Virginia 66 

UNC 77 N.C. State 84 

UNC 69 Wash. & Lee .. 60 

UNC 47 Duke 63 

UNC 69 Virginia 83 

UNC 62 Wake Forest .. 76 

UNC 72 Clemson 56 

UNC 89 Davidson 69 

UNC 63 Duke 67 

UNC 48 N.C. State 57 

UNC 79 Citadel 52 

UNC 51 N.C. State 52 

1955 (10-11) 

UNC 99 Clemson 66 

UNC 88 South Carolina.. 69 

UNC 76 Wm. & Mary .. 79 

UNC 60 Maryland 70 

UNC 67 So. Calif 58 

UNC 44 N.C. State 47 

UNC 65 Duke 52 

UNC 77 La. State 84 

UNC 55 Alabama 77 

UNC 95 Wake Forest .. 78 

UNC 96 Virginia 87 

UNC 73 South Carolina.. 64 

UNC 95 Clemson 87 

UNC 84 N.C. State 80 

UNC 68 Duke 91 

UNC 73 Virginia 98 

UNC 61 Maryland 63 

UNC 83 Wake Forest .. 79 

UNC 75 N.C. State 79 

UNC 74 Duke 96 

UNC 82 Wake Forest .. 95 

1956 (18-5) 

UNC 73 Clemson 58 

UNC 88 Ga. Tech 76 

UNC 92 South Carolina.. 75 

UNC 99 Alabama 77 

UNC 68 Maryland 62 

UNC 86 Villanova 63 

UNC 74 Duke 64 

UNC 60 N.C. State 82 

UNC 95 LSU 69 

UNC 71 Wake Forest .. 76 

UNC 101 Virginia 65 

UNC 75 South Carolina.. 73 

UNC 103 Clemson 99 

UNC 64 Maryland 55 

UNC 73 N.C. State 69 

UNC 59 Duke 64 

UNC 115 Wm. & Mary .. 63 

UNC 83 Virginia 72 

UNC 77 Wake Forest .. 73 

UNC 73 N.C. State 79 

UNC 73 Duke 65 

UNC 81 Virginia 77 

UNC 56 Wake Forest .. 77 

1957 (32-0) 

UNC 94 Furman 66 

UNC 94 Clemson 75 

UNC 82 Geo. Washington 55 

UNC 90 South Carolina.. 86 

UNC 70 Maryland 61 

UNC 64 NYU 59 

UNC 89 Dartmouth 61 

UNC 83 Holy Cross 70 

UNC 97 Utah 76 

UNC 87 Duke 71 

UNC 63 Wake Forest .. 55 

UNC 71 Wm. & Mary .. 61 

UNC 86 Clemson 54 

UNC 102 Virginia 90 

UNC 83 N.C. State 57 

UNC 77 W. Carolina .... 59 

UNC 65 Maryland 61 

UNC 75 Duke 73 

UNC 68 Virginia 59 

UNC 72 Wake Forest .. 69 

UNC 86 N.C. State 57 

UNC 75 South Carolina.. 62 

UNC 69 Wake Forest .. 64 

UNC 86 Duke 72 

UNC 81 Clemson 61 

UNC 61 Wake Forest .. 59 

UNC 95 South Carolina.. 75 

UNC 90 Yale 74 

UNC 87 Canisius 75 

UNC 67 Syracuse 58 

UNC 74 Mich. State .... 70 

UNC 54 Kansas 53 





1958 (19-7) 




UNC 


79 


Clemson 


55 


UNC 


86 


Geo. Washington 


59 


UNC 


91 


Furman 


74 


UNC 


70 


South Carolina. 


58 


UNC 


73 


Minnesota 


67 


UNC 


64 


W. Virginia ... 


75 


UNC 


63 


St. Louis 


48 


UNC 


76 


Duke 


62 


UNC 


39 


N.C. State 


30 


UNC 


71 


Wake Forest . 


45 


UNC 


79 


Wm. & Mary . 


63 


UNC 


82 


Virginia 


66 


UNC 


61 


Maryland 


74 


UNC 


57 


N.C. State 


58 


UNC 


90 
115 


Clemson 


Rl 


UNC 


South Carolina. 


88 


UNC 


75 


Duke 


91 


UNC 


73 


Virginia 


66 


UNC 


60 


Wake Forest . 


57 


UNC 


70 


Notre Dame ... 


89 


UNC 


81 


N.C. State 


69 


UNC 


66 


Maryland 


S9 


UNC 


46 


Duke 


59 


UNC 


62 


Clemson 


51 


UNC 


64 


N.C. State 


58 


UNC 


74 


Maryland 


R6 




1959 (20-5) 




UNC 


83 


Clemson 


67 


UNC 


83 


Virginia 


61 


UNC 


70 


South Carolina. 


57 


UNC 


81 


Notre Dame .... 


77 


UNC 


78 


Northwestern .. 


64 


UNC 


92 


Yale 


65 


UNC 


58 


Mich. State .... 


75 


UNC 


90 


Cincinnati 


88 


UNC 


69 


Notre Dame .... 


54 


UNC 


44 


Wake Forest .. 


34 


UNC 


72 


N.C. State 


68 


UNC 


60 


Clemson 


46 


UNC 


62 


South Carolina.. 


50 


UNC 


64 


Maryland 


57 


UNC 


89 


Duke 


RO 


UNC 


75 


Wake Forest .. 


66 


UNC 


76 


Loyola (Chi.) 


57 


UNC 


74 


N.C. State 


67 


UNC 


51 


Maryland 


69 


UNC 


68 


Virginia 


69 


UNC 


72 


Duke 


62 


UNC 


93 


Clemson 


69 


UNC 


74 


Duke 


71 


UNC 


56 


N.C. State 


RO 


UNC 


63 


Navy 


76 




1960 (18-6) 




UNC 


93 


South Carolina. 


56 


UNC 


60 


Kansas 


49 


UNC 


68 


Kansas State . 


52 


UNC 


70 


Kentucky 


76 


UNC 


52 


St. Louis 


68 


UNC 


72 


Minnesota 


65 


UNC 


75 


Duke 


53 


UNC 


50 


Wake Forest . 


53 


UNC 


75 


Notre Dame ... 


65 


UNC 


62 


Wake Forest . 


59 


UNC 


62 


N.C. State 


51 


UNC 


78 


Virginia 


57 


UNC 


75 


Maryland 


66 


UNC 


73 


Clemson 


54 


UNC 


69 


Wake Forest . 


80 


UNC 


84 


Duke 


57 


UNC 


66 


N.C. State 


6? 


UNC 


85 


Clemson 


RO 


UNC 


81 


South Carolina. 


85 


UNC 


81 


Maryland 


64 


UNC 


97 


Virginia 


58 


UNC 


75 


Duke 


50 


UNC 


84 


Virginia 


63 


UNC 


69 


Duke 


71 




1961 (19-4) 




II NT 


77 
81 


_.S.U 


61 


UNC 


Virginia 


47 


UNC 


65 


Kentucky 


70 


UNC 


69 


Kansas State ... 


77 


UNC 


78 


<ansas 


70 


UNC 


72 


Creighton 


64 


UNC 


81 


Maryland 


57 


UNC 


87 


v'illanova 


67 


UNC 


76 


Duke 


71 


UNC 


73 


^Jotre Dame 


71 


UNC 


83 


Wake Forest ... 


71 


UNC 


83 


Wake Forest ... 


74 


UNC 


92 


Virginia 


70 


UNC 


58 


Maryland 


5? 


UNC 


97 


M.C. State 


66 


UNC 


77 


Clemson 


46 


UNC 


63 


Maryland 


56 


UNC 


77 


3uke 


81 



UNC 82 South Carolina 89 
UNC 93 Wake Forest .... 78 

UNC 62 N.C. State 56 

UNC 92 South Carolina 68 

UNC 61 Clemson 55 

UNC 69 Duke 66 

1962 (8-9) 

UNC 80 Virginia 46 

UNC 54 Clemson 52 

UNC 70 Indiana 76 

UNC 99 Notre Dame .... 80 
UNC 72 Wake Forest .... 91 

UNC100 Virginia 71 

UNC 83 South Carolina 71 

UNC 66 N. C. State 56 

UNC 57 Duke 79 

UNC 62 Maryland 79 

UNC 80 Wake Forest .... 87 
UNC 57 N. C. State .... 85 

UNC 69 Clemson 59 

UNC 82 South Carolina 97 

UNC 70 Maryland 67 

UNC 74 Duke 82 

UNC 55 South Carolina 57 

1963 (15-6) 

UNC 89 Georgia 65 

UNC 64 Clemson 48 

UNC 75 South Carolina 65 

UNC 76 Indiana 90 

UNC 68 Kentucky 66 

UNC 86 Yale 77 

UNC 76 Notre Dame .... 68 

UNC 70 Wake Forest .... 78 

UNC 78 Maryland 56 

UNC 67 N. C. State .... 65 

UNC 86 Virginia 81 

UNC 69 Duke 77 

UNC 82 Maryland 68 

UNC 71 Wake Forest .... 72 

UNC 68 N. C. State .... 63 

UNC 78 South Carolina 74 

UNC 79 Clemson 63 

UNC 85 Virginia 73 

UNC 93 Duke 106 

UNC 93 South Carolina 76 

UNC 55 Wake Forest .... 56 

1964 (12-12) 

UNC 92 S. Carolina .... 87 

UNC 64 Clemson 66 

UNC 77 Indiana 70 

UNC 80 Kentucky 100 

UNC 76 L.S.U 71 

UNC 109 Tulane 81 

UNC 99 Georgia 71 

UNC 78 Notre Dame .... 68 

UNC 71 Wake Forest .... 80 

UNC 64 Duke 84 

UNC 97 Maryland 88 

UNO 79 N C. State .... 71 

UNC 88 V.P.I 90 

UNC 89 Virginia 76 

UNC 81 Wake Forest .... 73 

UNC 68 N.Y.U 69 

UNC 90 Clemson 97 

UNC 84 S. Carolina .... Rl 

UNC 64 Maryland 74 

UNC 49 N.C. State 51 

UNC 64 Virginia 79 

UNC 69 Duke 104 

UNC 80 S. Carolina .... 63 

UNC 49 Duke 65 

1965 (15-9) 

UNC 77 Clemson 59 

UNC 61 Georgia 64 

UNC 82 South Carolina.. 71 

UNC 82 Kentucky 67 

UNC 111 Tulane 74 

UNC 81 Indiana 107 

UNC 84 Vanderbilt 78 

UNC 84 Miss. State 80 

UNC 61 Alabama 66 

UNC 54 Florida 73 

UNC 68 Maryland 76 

UNC 85 Wake Forest 107 

UNC 65 Duke 62 

UNC 62 N. C. State .... 65 

UNC 87 Virginia 80 

UNC 81 Maryland 90 

UNC 100 N.Y.U 78 

UNC 107 Wake Forest .... 91 

UNC 69 N. C. State .... 68 

UNC 76 South Carolina.. 63 

UNC 86 Clemson 84 

UNC 105 Virginia 101 

UNC 71 Duke 66 

UNC 76 Wake Forest .... 92 





1966 (16-11) 




'. i 2 


UNC 


74 


Clemson 


84 




UNC 


B2 


Wm. & Mary... 


68 1 




UNC 


82 


Ohio State ... 


72 




UNC 


127 


Richmond 


76 




UNC 


72 


Vanderbilt 


81 


.■■ 


UNC 


115 


Fla. State ... 


80 


UNC 


66 


Florida 


59 


1 


UNC 


lb 


Princeton 


61 




UNC 


90 


Utah 


85 




UNC 


97 


West Va 


102 




UNC 


67 


Maryland 


52 


H 


UNC 


99 


Wake Forest .... 


83 


■ • 


UNC 


77 


Duke 


88 


■ 


UNC 


83 


N. C. State ... 


75 


■ ■•''■> 


UNC 


69 


Virginia 


70 


■ 


UNC 


115 


Wake Forest ... 


87 


UNC 


66 


Maryland 


77 


UNC 


104 


South Carolina 


70 




UNC 


78 


N.Y.U 


83 




UNC 


75 


V.P.I 


81 




UNC 


77 


N. C. State ... 


87 


,-'."- . 


UNC 


70 


Clemson 


66 




UNC 


83 


South Carolina 


71 




UNC 


81 


Virginia 


79 




UNC 


63 


Duke 


77 




UNC 


77 


Maryland 


70 




UNC 


20 


Duke 


21 






1966-67 (26-6) 






UNC 


76 


Clemson 


65 


UNC 


93 


Penn State ... 


63 


■-, ijaag 


UNC 


92 


Tulane 


69 


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UNC 


64 


Kentucky 


. 55 


x ■....■* ■ 


UNC 


95 


NYU 


58 




UNC 


98 


Columbia 


66 




UNC 


81 


Fla. State ... 


54 




UNC 


101 


Furman 


56 




UNC 


105 


Ohio State ... 


82 




UNC 


81 


Princeton 


91 




UNC 


76 


Wake Forest . 


74 




JNC 


59 


Duke 


56 




UNC 


79 


N.C. State ... 


78 




UNC 


103 


Virginia 


76 




UNC 


85 


Maryland 


. 77 


' -i % -''•■, 


UNC 


79 


Virginia 


. 75 


ism m 


UNC 


75 


Wake Forest . 


73 


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UNC 


80 


Ga. Tech 


82 


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UNC 


77 


N.C. State ... 


60 


UNC 


80 


South Carolina 


55 


UNC 


88 


Clemson 


. 92 


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UNC 


78 


Maryland 


. 78 


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UNC 


110 


VPI 


. 78 


pralSS 


UNC 


57 


South Carolina 


70 


'H 


UNC 


92 


Duke 


. 79 


■ , : -'^: 


UNC 


56 


N.C. State ... 


53 




UNC 


89 


Wake Forest . 


79 




UNC 


82 


Duke 


73 




UNC 


78 


Princeton 


. 70 




UNC 


96 


Boston Col. ... 


80 




UNC 


62 


Dayton 


76 


WM 


UNC 


62 


Houston 


84 


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1967-68 (28-4) 

UNC 89 Virginia Tech.. 76 

UNC 107 Kent State .... 83 

UNC 76 Vanderbilt 89 

UNC 84 Kentucky 77 

UNC 71 Princeton 63 

UNC 87 Stanford 78 

UNC 86 Utah 84 

UNC 68 Oregon State .. 61 

UNC 74 Wake Forest ..62 

UNC 75 Duke 72 

UNC 68 N.C. State .... 66 

UNC 115 Clemson 83 

UNC 82 Ga. Tech 54 

UNC 86 Fla. State 80 

UNC 73 Maryland 67 

UNC 108 Virginia 64 

UNC 80 Wake Forest .... 60 

UNC 80 Virginia Tech .. 70 

UNC 96 N.C. State 84 

UNC 96 Clemson 74 

UNC 84 South Carolina 80 

UNC 83 Maryland 60 

UNC 92 Virginia 74 

UNC 86 South Carolina 87 

UNC 86 Duke 87 

UNC 83 Wake Forest .. 70 

UNC 82 South Carolina 79 

UNC 87 N.C. State .... 50 

UNC 91 St. Bonaventure 72 

UNC 70 Davidson 66 

I NC 80 Ohio State .... 66 

\ NC 55 UCLA 78 

^Continued on page 53) 

51 




Home of The 
Tar Heels 



The "Blue Heaven" of University of North Carolina 
basketball! That's William D. Carmichael, Jr. Auditorium. 

This building, rated one of the most beautiful basketball 
arenas in the south, is located in the center of the Univer- 
sity campus. It seats 8,800. 

Carmichael Auditorium was opened in the fall of 1965 
and the first basketball game was played there against Wil- 
liam and Mary in December of that year. The Tar Heels 
won that game, 82-68, and went on to post 16-11 record 
that season. 

Carolina set the Carmichael scoring record in the second 
game played in the arena when it smashed the University of 
Richmond by the lop-sided score of 127-76. 

All the permanent seats in Carmichael Auditorium are 
painted "Carolina Blue." The interior of the building is 
painted in several shades of blue with the lightest at the 
floor and the darkest near the top. 



Most of the Carolina athletic offices are located in Car- 
michael. Athletic Director Homer Rice has his office there. 
The building also houses Coach Dean Smith's basketball 
offices and a basketball film room. 

The building adjoins Woollen Gym, longtime site of var- 
sity basketball competition and now the center of physical 
education and intramural activities. 

The Auditorium is named for the late William D. Car- 
michael, Jr., one of the most popular gentlemen ever to 
serve on the University campus. He gave up a lucrative Wall 
Street business to become associated with Carolina. 

In Chapel Hill, Carmichael was comptroller and later the 
vice president of the Consolidated University. He served for 
a time as acting president of the Consolidated University. 
He died in 1961 




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UNC 


1968-69 (27-5) 

89 Oregon 


78 




1969-70 (18-9) 




UNC 


106 Oregon 


73 


UNC 


112 


Fla. Southern 


47 


UNC 


87 Kentucky 


77 


UNC 


100 


Mercer 


52 


UNC 


100 Vanderbilt 


78 


UNC 


87 


Kentucky 


94 


UNC 


90 Clemson 


69 


UNC 


86 


Florida State 


75 


UNC 


94 Virginia .... 


67 


UNC 


80 


Virginia 


76 


UNC 


69 Villanova 


61 


UNC 


96 


Tulane 


87 


UNC 


70 St. John's 


72 


UNC 


99 


Rice 


87 


UNC 


103 Princeton 


76 


UNC 


92 


Harvard 


74 


UNC 


94 Duke 


70 


UNC 


89 


Bowling Green 


72 


UNC 


83 N. C. State 


63 


UNC 


98 


Rice 


72 


UNC 


99 Va. Tech . 


77 


UNC 


52 


South Carolina 


65 


UNC 


101 Georgia Tech 


70 


UNC 


78 


N. C. State 


69 


UNC 


94 Wake Forest 


89 


UNC 


86 


Duke 


78 


UNC 


107 Maryland 


87 


UNC 


96 


Clemson .... 


91 


UNC 


99 Virginia 


76 


UNC 


90 


Wake Forest 


91 


UNC 


84 Wake Forest 


76 


UNC 


77 


Maryland 


69 


UNC 


100 Florida State 


82 


UNC 


87 


Virginia .... 


72 


UNC 


85 N. C. State . 


62 


UNC 


85 


Wake Forest 


88 


UNC 


66 South Carolina 


68 


UNC 


88 


N. C. State 


86 


UNC 


107 Clemson 


81 


UNC 


110 


Clemson 


66 


UNC 


88 Maryland . . . 


86 


UNC 


95 


Georgia Tech 


104 


UNC 


106 Citadel 


59 


UNC 


90 


Maryland 


83 


UNC 


68 South Carolina 


62 


UNC 


62 


South Carolina 


79 


UNC 


81 Duke 


87 


UNC 


98 


Virginia Tech 


70 


UNC 


94 Clemson 


70 


UNC 


83 


Duke 


91 


UNC 


80 Wake Forest 


72 


UNC 


93 


Virginia .... 


95 


UNC 


85 Duke 


74 


UNC 


90 


Manhattan 


95 


UNC 


85 Duquesne 


78 










UNC 


87 Davidson .... 


85 










UNC 


65 Purdue 


92 










UNC 


84 Drake 


104 












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53 



fe 




THE FRESHMAN SQUAD— First row, left to right, Head Coach Bill Guthridge, Richard Mendel, Bill Currie, Bill Crouch, 
Bobby Jones, John O'Donnell, John Cameron, Darrell Elston, Assistant Coach Terry Truax, Trainer Dean Weber. 

Second row, left to right, Manager Steve Bryant, Manager Bob Daniels, Robert Evans, John Swartz, Moses Parker, Alan 
Mayheld, Chris Riegert, Jim Withers, Hank Federal, Ray Hite, Dietrich Kilpatrick, Manager Bill Isley, Manager Jim Rutherford. 
Not pictured are Managers Bishop McDufHe and Craig Miles. 



1970-71 


Freshman 


Basketball Roster 


Name 


Hgt. 


Wgt. 


Hometown 


High School 


John Cameron 


6'3" 


185 


Gastonia, N. C. 


Ashley H.S. 


Bill Crouch 


6'4" 


182 


Charlotte, N.C. 


Charlotte Catholic 


Bill Currie 


6'4" 


188 


High Point, N. C. 


High Point Central 


Darrell Elston 


6'3" 


196 


Tipton, Ind. 


Tipton H. S. 


Robert Evans 


5'9" 


150 


Rocky Mount 


Rocky Mount H.S. 


Hank Federal 


5'11" 


155 


Charlotte, N.C. 


Charlotte Catholic 


Ray Hite 


5'11" 


173 


Hyattsville, Md. 


DeMatha H. S. 


Bobby Jones 


6'9" 


205 


Charlotte, N.C. 


South Mecklenberg 


Alan Mayfield 


6'2" 


190 


Charlotte, N.C. 


Myers Park H. S. 


Richard Mendel 


6'3" 


185 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Northside H.S. 


John O'Donnell 


6'6" 


190 


New York, N. Y. 


Fordham Prep 


Moses Parker 


6'0" 


168 


Elm City, N.C. 


Elm City H.S. 


Chris Riegert 


6'1" 


152 


Forest City, N. C. 


East Rutherford H. S. 


John Schwartz 


5"11" 


158 


Plainfield, N. J. 


Wardlaw H. S. 


Jim Withers 


6'0" 


156 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Westminster H. S. 



54 



w&. 



THE TAB BABIES 



1970-71 Prospectus 1970-71 Schedule 



Carolina freshman Coach Bill Guthridge sets two goals 
for his Tar Baby cagers. "Our major objective is to prepare 
the players for the varsity," he observes. "Our second goal 
is to win as many games as possible." 

The 1970-71 Tar Babies will depend on an enthusiastic 
attitude, strong dedication to the game and a tight defense 
in an effort to achieve a successful season. 

But lack of depth and a rugged schedule will be major 
obstacles to UNC's hopes for a winning record. 

Carolina has four scholarship players on the roster this 
year. Bobby Jones, a 6-9 all-star center from Charlotte, and 
6-6 John O'Donnell from New York, N. Y. will be counted 
on for frontcourt strength. 

Ray Hite, a 5-1 1 guard who hails from Hyattsville, Md., 
and Darrell Elston, a 6-3 performer from Tipton, Ind., will 
operate in the backcourt. 

With three games each against Duke and N. C. State, the 
Tar Babies will have their work cut out for them. But the 
Carolina winning tradition in basketball and the proper 
attitude may make the Tar Babies an exciting and surprising 
team to watch. 



Dec. 1 
Dec. 9 
Dec. 12 
Dec. 15 
Jan. 4 
Jan. 8 
Jan. 14 
Jan. 16 
Jan. 30 
Feb. 4 
Feb. 8 
Feb. 13 
Feb. 22 
Feb. 27 
Mar. 3 
Mar. 5 



5:55 p.m. 

8:00 p.m. 

5:55 p.m. 

5:55 p.m. 

6:55 p.m. 

8:00 p.m. 

5:55 p.m. 

4:30 p.m. 
1 1:55 a.m. 

5:55 p.m. 

5:55 p.m. 
12:30 p.m. 

5:55 p.m. 

4:30 p.m. 

6:55 p.m. 

8:00 p.m. 



1969-70 Results 



Record: 10-6; ACC: 5-4 



East Carolina . . 

Laurinburg 

Davidson 

Duke 

William & Mary 

Virginia 

N. C. State 
Duke 



w 


85-62 


w 


100-87 


w 


68-65 




85-97 


w 


74-68 


w 


108-78 


w 


75-74 




59-70 



Wake Forest . 
Virginia . . . . 
Wake Forest . 
N. C. State . . 
Richmond . . 
Davidson . . . 
Virginia Tech 
Duke 



William & Mary 
Duke 
Brevard 
Virginia 
Gaston College 
Duke 
Richmond 
Wake Forest 
Laurinburg Inst. 
Wake Forest 
N. C. State 
N. C.State 
East Carolina 
Virginia 
N. C. State 
Duke 



CHAPEL HILL 
Durham 
Charlotte 
CHAPEL HILL 
CHAPEL HILL 
CHAPEL HILL 
CHAPEL HILL 
Winston-Salem 
CHAPEL HILL 
CHAPEL HILL 
Raleigh 
Charlotte 
CHAPEL HILL 
Charlottesville 
CHAPEL HILL 
Durham 



W 


96-84 




W 


86-75 




W 


84-73 






40-48 


L 




82-88 


L 


W 


63-55 






76-79 


L 




37-45 


L 



1969-70 Final Basketball Statistics 



■^•■■j. 







FIELD GOALS 




FREE THROWS 












PLAYER 


G 


Made 


Att 


Pet 


Made 


Att 


Pet 


Reb 


PF 


Pts 


Ave 


George Karl 


6 


56 


97 


57.7 


20 


23 


87.0 


29 


23 


132 


22.0 


Donn Johnston 


12 


91 


172 


52.9 


30 


45 


66.7 


114 


27 


212 


17.7 


John Austin 


16 


77 


154 


50.0 


85 


98 


86.7 


58 


50 


239 


14.9 


Ronnie Moffitt 


16 


71 


129 


55.0 


24 


41 


58.5 


112 


44 


166 


10.4 


Norris Crigler 


16 


55 


101 


54.5 


28 


41 


68.3 


34 


39 


138 


8.6 


John Cox 


15 


36 


99 


36.4 


32 


47 


68.1 


62 


30 


104 


6.9 


Gary Stafford 


16 


36 


95 


37.9 


20 


28 


71.4 


43 


32 


92 


5.8 


Julian Dempsey 


16 


32 


81 


39.5 


27 


34 


79.4 


24 


35 


91 


5.7 


Cornelius Cathcart 


10 


7 


11 


63.6 


9 


18 


50.0 


16 


16 


23 


2.3 


Ray Dunn 


3 


1 


2 


50.0 


2 


2 


100.0 


2 


2 


4 


1.3 


John Crimmins 


7 


4 


8 


50.0 





3 


00.0 


6 


8 


8 


1.1 


Dallas Branch 


6 


2 


3 


66.7 


2 


7 


28.6 





5 


6 


1.0 


Kurt Getsinger 


2 


1 


1 


100.0 








00.0 





1 


2 


1.0 


Woody Peebles 


2 








00.0 


1 


1 


100.0 





1 


1 


0.5 


James Monroe 


1 





2 


00.0 








00.0 


1 








0.0 


UNC Team Rebounds 


(Included 
16 


in Team Tc 
469 


tals) 










116 
617 


313 


1218 




UNC TOTALS 


955 


49.1 


280 


388 


72.2 


76.1 


OPP TOTALS 


16 


430 


970 


44.3 


288 


415 


69.4 


644 


315 


1148 


71.8 



UNC Educational Foundation 



With the Carolina athletic program at its highest peak in 
many years, the University's Educational Foundation appears 
headed for another boom year. 

Ernie Williamson, executive secretary of the Educational 
Foundation, reports overwhelming response by Tar Heels 
everywhere in recent months. 

"Interest in the Foundation definitely is at an all-time 
high," he says, "and there are good reasons for this. Our re- 
building program in football is now paying dividends, basket- 
ball prospects are bright as usual and all of our other sports 
teams are making rapid strides." 

Williamson always has contended that a donation to the 
Educational Foundation is not specifically a donation to ath- 
letics. He says that the high caliber young man who is awarded 
an athletic scholarship not only pays dividends on the athletic 
field, but also is a great asset to the academic standards of the 
University. 

Williamson feels that the overall bonus is in helping a 
worthy young man obtain a college education. Athletics, while 
important, come second. 

Any donation to the Educational Foundation is welcome. 
The small donor of today is the Big Ram of tomorrow. Mem- 
bership in the Rams Club is restricted to those who contribute 
$100 or more. 

Foundation members receive priority on seat locations for 
football and basketball games. There are other benefits, too, 
for members. A special room on the south wing of Kenan 
Field House serves as a meeting place for Rams and members 
of their families. This area is open two hours before the big 




Ernie 
Williamson 



One of the most popular members of the Carolina athletic 
family is Big Ernie Williamson, the executive secretary of the 
Educational Foundation. 

Ernie was a Carolina graduate with A.B. and M.A. degrees. 
The native of Crewe, Va., played one season of football here 
under Carl Snavely and was regarded as an outstanding tackle. 

He was lured away to play professional football and per- 
formed with Los Angeles and Washington before being side- 
lined for good with a knee injury. 

He returned to Chapel Hill to finish work on his degrees, 
then went to the University of the South at Sewanee, Tenn., as 
an assistant football coach for two years and head football 
coach for three seasons. 

He returned to Carolina to accept his present position in 
1957. Until recently, he also served as recruiter for the Caro- 
lina football program and still helps out in that department 
when time will permit. 

Williamson is an expert fisherman and hunter. 

He is married to the former Elva Smith of Lawrenceville, 
Va., and they have a son, Wayne, 22, and a daughter, Carole, 
14. 

56 



football games and provides a lounge, picnic facilities and rest- 
rooms for those who come early. In the off-season, other func- 
tions related to the Foundation are held there. 

"A Foundation membership is a badge of prestige and 
loyalty to the University," Williamson points out. "Many of 
our finest members, however, did not necessarily attend the 
University of North Carolina. They just heard about our pro- 
gram and felt it was worthy." 

It is important to point out that all donations to the 
Foundation are tax deductible. 

Current Educational Foundation Officers are President Jack 
May of Burlington, N. C. and Secretary Charlie Shaffer of 
Chapel Hill. 

ORIGIN AND INCORPORATION 

Three loyal and athletic-minded University of North Caro- 
lina alumni met in the office of Secretary of State Thad Eure 
at Raleigh in December of 1938 and organized the Educational 
Foundation, Inc. 

They were John Umstead Jr. of Chapel Hill, Max Aber- 
nathy of Raleigh and Benton Stacy of Reidsville. 

A charter was drawn with these three men as the incorpor- 
ators and submitted to the late O. Max Gardner, who had his 
law firm clear it with the Internal Revenue Department as a 
charitable organization. The charter was issued December 7, 
1938. 

PURPOSE 

The purpose of the Educational Foundation, Inc., is to raise 
funds for providing scholarships or grants-in-aid at the Univer- 
sity to worthy and qualified high school students with athletic 
ability. 

The Educational Foundation, Inc., operates on a dignified 
and realistic plane in compliance with all of the regulations of 
the National Collegiate Athletic Association and the Atlantic 
Coast Conference. 

It has the blessing and good will of all the University ad- 
ministration and, in its unique field, occupies a status similar 
to that of the Business Foundation, The Medical Foundation, 
and other money-raising organizations working for the benefit 
of the University. 

The full amount of all donations of Foundation members is 
used for scholarships and grants. The organization has no ad- 
ministrative expense. 




THE RAMS CLUB, Inc. 

PRESIDENT /S. Page Graham 
FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT /Norman McCaskill 
SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT / Maurice Koury 
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY /Ernie Williamson 
TREASURER /W. R. (Bill) Cherry 













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